Purdue Anvil CPU
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Purdue's Anvil cluster was built in partnership with Dell and AMD and consists of 1,000 nodes with two 64-core AMD Epyc "Milan" processors each, and will deliver over 1 billion CPU core hours each year, with a peak performance of 5.3 petaflops. Anvil's nodes are interconnected with 100 Gbps Mellanox HDR InfiniBand.

Is an ACCESS Allocated Production Compute resource
Is a Science Gateway integrated into ACCESS and able to use ACCESS allocated resources
Resource supports visualization
Resource supports community accounts for science gateways
Resource support hosting of science gateway databases
Resource support hosting of science gateway data collections
Resource supports virtual hosting of science gateway web interface
Resource is allocated by ACCESS
Specialized analysis nodes with large memory
Support for Science Gateways
General compute use
Run Jobs and Workflows on ACCESS Resources from a Single Entry Point
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Agency supercomputers and advanced architecture systems
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Purdue University
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