Photos: iVEC installs second Pawsey machine

Jan 20, 2012

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  iVEC computer support officer Khanh Ly takes stock of the new equipment.<br /><br />The top two shelves house ASUS-supplied development nodes, which have similar specifications as the SGI compute nodes, but with two GPUs instead of one.<br /><br />
Below the development nodes are front-end notes, which are similar to compute nodes but without a GPU.
(Credit: iVEC)
 

iVEC computer support officer Khanh Ly takes stock of the new equipment.

The top two shelves house ASUS-supplied development nodes, which have similar specifications as the SGI compute nodes, but with two GPUs instead of one.

Below the development nodes are front-end notes, which are similar to compute nodes but without a GPU. (Credit: iVEC)

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