PSC Bridges-2 Regular Memory (Bridges-2 RM)
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Bridges-2 Regular Memory (RM) nodes provide extremely powerful general-purpose computing, machine learning and data analytics, AI inferencing, and pre- and post-processing. Each Bridges RM node consists of two AMD EPYC “Rome” 7742 64-core CPUs, 256-512GB of RAM, and 3.84TB NVMe SSD. 488 Bridges-2 RM nodes have 256GB RAM, and 16 have 512GB RAM for more memory-intensive applications (see also Bridges-2 Extreme Memory nodes, each of which has 4TB of RAM). Bridges-2 RM nodes are connected to other Bridges-2 compute nodes and its Ocean parallel filesystem and archive by HDR-200 InfiniBand.

Is an ACCESS Allocated Production Compute resource
General compute use
Resource is allocated by ACCESS
ACCESS Online Service directly usable by ACCESS projects
ACCESS Online Service providing software interfaces or targeting developers
ACCESS Online Service directly usable by compute/storage/cloud resource providers
Is a Science Gateway integrated into ACCESS and able to use ACCESS allocated resources
ACCESS Online Service directly usable by allocated users
Resource supports allocated user advanced reservations
Resource supports community software areas for users to share software with other users
Resource supports community accounts for science gateways
Resource support community software areas for science gateways to share software on a resource
Resource support hosting of science gateway data collections
Resource supports virtual hosting of science gateway web interface
is an ACCESS Integrated Science Gateway
has advance reservations
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Organization Name
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
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