Before Razor II went into full production mode in early August, Salvador Barraza-Lopez, assistant professor of physics, used 1600 cores to calculate the magnetic field of a material under stress, involving 3 million atoms.
The Razor II 16-core nodes are ready for computing in queues tiny16core, short16core, med16core, and in private queues xqian, sbarraza, and aja.
The HPC-SUPPORT team has spent the last few days working with IBM to integrate the expansion of Razor into the AHPCC. This integration is nearing completion and the AHPCC will be back open for business soon.
AHPCC will be shutdown starting July 16 so that the IBM and AHPCC staff can properly integrate the new expansion to Razor with the other equipment in the AHPCC.
The newest University of Arkansas supercomputer has been acquired: Razor.
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