High Performance Computing
High performance computing (HPC) allows large computational workloads to be completed in a fraction of the time that would otherwise be required and can enable new tools for research. The following HPC systems are available to the MSU research community and supported by RCI.
|Tempest||MSU's next-generation HPC cluster with support for CPU and GPU computing||Buy-in model|
|Snowcrest||MSU's research server and workstaiton hosting platform for workloads that are not well suited to traditional HPC||Buy-in hosting model|
|Hyalite||MSU's first HPC cluster with support for small-medium CPU workloads||Free for MSU research|
|Nautilus||Shared GPU cluster - contact RCI for access.||Free trial access for MSU research|
|XSEDE||National program allowing researchers to request resource allocations on many US supercomputers||Proposal model|