MSU has installed the largest super computer in the state of Montana, a Research Computing Cluster, called Hyalite. This is a fairly small cluster, composed of 65 nodes (64 regular and 1 extra-high capacity), for a total of 1080 cores (2120 hyper-threaded). Those nodes can crank out about 18 TeraFlops of computing power. There is also 620 TB of Lustre storage available on the cluster. Hyalite was installed by a UK based company called BIOS-IT, and is supported by ITC. Hyalite has been expanded multiple times since it's initial installation in December 2014, and was initially composed of only 36 nodes.
Hyalite is available to all MSU researchers, the only requirement being a session of basic training. If you are interested and would like more information, or are interested in using Hyalite in your research, please email Research Cyberinfrastructure at email@example.com.
Please use the following for citation purposes when referring to the use of Hyalite computing resources in your research:
Computational efforts were performed on the Hyalite High-Performance Computing System, operated and supported by University Information Technology Research Cyberinfrastructure at Montana State University.
New User Request Form (this will email us when it's complete): New User Form
A quick start guide for users with activated accounts is available here: Hyalite Quickstart Guide
Download the Hyalite Cheatsheet here: Hyalite-Cheatsheet.pdf
Download the Hyalite Training Slides here: Hyalite-Training.pdf
A list of available Hyalite Software Modules is found here: Hyalite Software Modules
The Hyalite XDMoD Dashboard is here: https://xdmod.rci.montana.edu
Info on the Hyalite faculty HPC Advisory Group: www.montana.edu/uit/hpcag/