General info, user's guides, pictures etc on CSC's computing servers Louhi and Murska. Information on how and where to apply for computing resources
LouhiA Cray XT4/XT5 Louhi is the CSC's flagship machine. Its 10000+ CPU cores provide over 100 Tflop/s peak performance, and is meant for massively parallel jobs.
Vuori is CSC's latest Infiniband cluster meant for serial jobs and small parallel jobs. It has 544 six-core CPUs, yielding 37 Tflop/s of peak performance.
MurskaMurska is CSC's Infiniband cluster meant for serial jobs and small parallel jobs. It has 1000 dual-core CPUs yielding 10 Tflop/s of peak performance.
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The DEISA Extreme Computing Initiative (DECI) is a scheme through which European computational scientists can apply for single-project access to world-leading computational resources in the European HPC infrastructure, operated by DEISA, for a period of up to 10 months
The DECI-6 Call for Proposals will close on 16 February 2010.