Another 1392 compute cores added to the infrastructure of UCY-CompSci

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A new cluster became operational in October 2012, consisting of 800 cores and 1.6 Terrabytes of distributed memory. The new machine represents the first step in an effort to upgrade the computational power of UCY-CompSci.

In 2013, the machine has been upgraded to 1392 cores and 2.6 Terrabytes of distributed memory. Additional upgrades are scheduled in 2014.

In the meantime, UCY-CompSci continues to operate three other machines featuring a previous generation compute cores (2008). These older machines are used mostly for teaching and training of students and researchers in parallel computing. 

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The Computational Science Laboratory (UCY-CompSci) was established in 2005 as a Marie Curie Transfer of Knowledge (TOK-DEV) Center with the aim to promote a core of excellence in the computational sciences and engineering in the School of Engineering at the University of Cyprus.

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