Quantum Computing User Program (QCUP)
Quantum Computing User Program (QCUP) is managed by the OLCF to provide access to state-of-the-art quantum computing resources.
Summit, a 200 petaflop IBM AC922 system, links more than 27,000 NVIDIA Volta GPUs with more than 9,000 IBM Power9 CPUs to provide unprecedented opportunities for the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) and scientific discovery.
Decommissioned in August 2019, Titan was a hybrid-architecture Cray® XK7™ system with a theoretical peak performance exceeding 27,000 trillion calculations per second (27 petaflops).
A conduit for large-scale scientific discovery by pre- and post-processing and analysis of simulation data.
Decommission: January 2021. Data analysis, pre- and post-processing resource.
Decommissioned in August 2019, Eos, a 736-node Cray® XC30™, provided a space for tool and application porting, small scale jobs to prepare capability runs on Titan, as well as software generation, verification, and optimization.
Wombat is a single rack cluster based on the 64-bit ARM architecture. This system is available to support computer science research projects aimed at exploring the ARM architecture.