The plan to merge 30,000 new cores into HiPerGator to build a 51,000 core supercomputer is now underway. Users are asked to help by removing old, unneeded data and files.… Read More
Please note that Research Computing staff will perform some /home area maintenance on the morning of Monday, December 21, 2015. … Read More
Research Computing will operate with reduced support levels during the UF Winter Break from Saturday, December 19, 2015 through Sunday, January 3, 2016.… Read More
On December 1, President W. Kent Fuchs led the event as part of his Inauguration Week festivities. Read more about it on UFIT News.
HiPerGator, the University of Florida supercomputer, is now judged to be the second most powerful supercomputer among U.S. public universities in the just-released TOP500 list.
The 30,000 core addition to the existing system ranks second among supercomputers funded and operated by U.S. public universities.… Read More
Dell cited HiPerGator’s ability to quickly process the enormous amounts of data required to conduct world class research in its decision to name UF as the winner. Read more on UFIT News.
HiPerGator consists of over 21,000 compute cores (processors). Though there are several generations of processors, all adhere to the X86_64 ABI (Application Binary Interface) and are largely software compatible.