RMACC Summit is a heterogeneous supercomputing cluster based primarily on the Intel Xeon "Haswell" CPU, with additional NVidia Tesla K80 and high-memory nodes and an Intel Xeon Phi "knights landing" MIC component. All nodes sit on a first-generation Intel Omni-Path Architecture interconnect which also provides access to an IBM GPFS Parallel scratch file system.
Read the RMACC Summit Specifications for more details.
To learn more about how to use RMACC Summit, including information on logging in, modules, running jobs, and file systems, visit our documentation page.
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