A supercomputer is a computer with a high level of computing performance, able to perform billions of calculations per second. Supercomputers allow scientific researchers and engineers to solve large, advanced, complex computational problems which are too big for a single machine to compute. With a supercomputer like ABACUS 2.0, your company can out-compute to out-compete.

HPC can be used for

Simulation & Optimization Big Data Workloads Predictive Behavior
Simulating real-world phenomena to gain deeper understanding or minimize risk, e.g. financial and molecular simulation. Manipulating vast datasets that are too large to be processed using commercial software and hardware in short time frames. Processing data to create forecast models or predict outcomes, e.g. weather forecasting.

Benefits of using HPC on ABACUS 2.0

Cost effective Available now Scalable Flexible
ABACUS 2.0 is a power efficient machine and thanks to the low administrative overhead, it is also one of the most cost effective installations in the world. No need to spend money on your own HPC infrastructure. You can now focus on projects that differentiate your business. Eliminate guessing on your infrastructure capacity needs. You can buy exactly what you need on ABACUS 2.0. Built with 3 different kinds of computing nodes and a very fast local and distributed storage system, you can pick the solution which better fits your needs.
Easy Ownership Efficient and reliable User support and expertise
ABACUS 2.0 is built around a modern modular system and can easily integrate softwares. A short list of standard software is available for our users. Full control on the ressources of your project. Add and remove collaborators to your project and monitor the overall activity from your own online project area. A modern and flexible queue system, with a policy designed to offer low waiting times and a high turnaround. Interactive jobs possible on all three node types. Exceptionally talented staff: computational / data scientists, engineers, mathematicians and physicists.