Pawsey Expands Zeus to Meet Researchers’ Needs


Moving from a system designed for pre- and post- processing workloads, Zeus will become Pawsey’s new mid-range cluster in December 2017. The new cluster will target key science communities such as Bioinformatics, who have large compute requirements but aren’t ready to use a supercomputer such as Pawsey’s flagship system, Magnus.

The addition of an extra 92 nodes to its current configuration will increase Zeus’ capabilities by providing more than 20 million core hours per year to researchers. The mid-range cluster will be the stepping stone leading researchers on their journey to the superscale.

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