“HybriLIT” Heterogeneous Platform
The “HybriLIT” Heterogeneous Platform is part of the Multifunctional Information and Computing Complex (MICC) of the Laboratory of Information Technologies at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research. . The heterogeneous platform consists of the “Govorun” supercomputer and the “HybriLIT” education and testing polygon.
The “GOVORUN” Supercomputer is a two-component system that includes a CPU-component based on the latest Intel architectures (Intel Xeon Phi and Intel Skylake processors), and a GPU-component based on NVIDIA DGX-1 Volta.
The education and testing polygon is based on the heterogeneous structure of computational nodes and allows developing parallel applications for carrying out calculations using various computing architectures such as multicore CPUs, Intel Xeon Pho co-processors, and NVIDIA (Tesla K20, K40, K80) GPUs. It also provides a possibility to hold tutorials in parallel programming technologies that help students to learn novel computing architectures.
WHO CAN USE IT?
- JINR users
- Attached researchers
- Students who practice in JINR
- Third party staff participating in collaborations
HOW TO KNOW IF I NEED "HYBRILIT"?
- Your task requires a lot of computing resources
- You want to use computation accelerators such as Nvidia graphics accelerators and Intel Xeon Phi processors
- Reducing the calculation time of your tasks
- Studying parallel programming technologies such as MPI, OpenCL, CUDA
- Accessibility from any computer that has access to the network