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High Performance Computing (HPC)

Key Features

Access to the HPC clusters

  • Zorka
  • Nikola
  • Turing

Overview

High Performance Computing (HPC) is the use of computer hardware and software systems to do more computing in less real-time. HPC can be achieved through a combination of advanced processor architecture, parallel processing, and the availability of large amounts of memory and disk space.

Available To:

  • Faculty
  • Students

Usage Requirements

  • Activate LIONS2 service in MIDAS
  • Request access to a cluster by emailing itshelp@odu.edu

Getting Started

Visit the HPC site for manuals and user guides for each cluster.