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TGCC Joliot Curie

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The most powerful French supercomputer

dedicated to French and European research

This new 9,4 petaflops Joliot-Curie supercomputer is in production in CEA’s Very Large Computing Centre (TGCC) in Bruyères-le-Châtel, France, since mid-2018.

Joliot Curie is a BULL Sequana X1000 supercomputer, funding by Genci, and have 2 compute partitions:


Joliot-Curie

  • SKL Irene :
    • 1 656 Intel Xeon 8168 (SKL) bi-processors nodes - 2.7 GHz,  24 cores/proc-
      79 488 compute cores for 6.86 Pflop/s  peak power,
    • 192 GB of DDR4 memory / node,
    • InfiniBand EDR interconnect.
  • KNL Irene :
    • 828 many cores Intel Xeon Phi 7250 (KNL) nodes - 1.4 GHz, 68 cores/proc-
      56 304 compute cores for 2.52 petaflop/s peak power,
    • 96 GB DDR4 memory/node + 16 GB MCDRAM memory/node,
    • Bull eXascale Interconnect (BXI).

    Access to 500 GB/s Lustre Multilayer parallel file system.
     


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    Joliot-Curie June 2019 (in french)
     
    Street art with C215 in a computing room, a first world artistic performance (in french).