Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) provides systems and applications support for research computing.
--- Gary Hastings uses IBM supercomputer to find a new way to simulate data in examining photosynthesis, leading to better understanding of how plants work. More ---
--- CARINA: New Supercomputer ---
CARINA is a new 14.1 TeraFlop high-performance supercomputer. Named for the constellation, the IBM Power 7-755 supports research in chemistry, physics, biology, neuroscience and other areas.
- 640 cores (3.3Ghz Power 755) ; 2.5TB memory
- 20TB storage; Infiniband interconnect
- AIX operating system
----- Viz Wall -----
Visualization Wall - 7x28 ft, 200 million pixels
GSU's Petit Science Center's 200Million Pixel Visualization Wall is one of the largest high-resolution tiled display walls in the world. Running Windows 7, the Viz Wall is a unique resource for Research and Education. Contact HELP@gsu.edu for a demo tour about using the Viz Wall for your research or class. (More [PDF])
Georgia State leverages SURA Partnership with IBM
IS&T and VP Research funded this IBM p575 expansion. (Read more. [PDF])
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Research Computing supports Georgia State University cyberinfrastructure for research computing, including high performance computing, grid computing, data storage and visualization.
Georgia State's core research computing resources include:
- IBM System p7-755 (CARINA)
- Visualization Wall (200 Million pixels)
- IBM System p5 575 (URSA)
- IBM Cluster 1350 (OCTANS)
Executive overview of computing systems available to researchers [PDF]