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Nova Gorica, Slovenia

ARCTUR-2 has been designed and built to fit various and diverse usage scenarios, from general use Cloud Computing to HPC computing as well as Big Data analytics. By converging different types of servers into a single entity the highest performance, energy efficiency and seamless management are achieved thus guaranteeing excellent and cost-effective services to users.

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Stockholm, Sweden

Dardel is a general use HPE Cray EX supercomputer. It combines both a CPU partition so that it can support a broad range of HPC applications and a GPU partition so that it can also support the most computationally demanding applications. It also has a wide variety of memory configurations on the CPU nodes (up to 2TB on some nodes) to support demanding applications.

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Bologna, Italy

The new infrastructure GALILEO100, co-funded by the European ICEI (Interactive Computing e-Infrastructure) project and engineered by DELL is available to the Italian public and industrial researchers until September 2021. It is the national Tier-1 system for scientific research.

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Stuttgart, Germany

Hawk features a CPU-based architecture reaching 26 Petaflops. It also includes a GPU to run hybrid workflows that combine high-performance computing and AI.

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Toulouse, France

Kraken is designed to support CERFACS research activities, most of its usage consists in CFD simulations for combustion. Other usages are in the fields of aerodynamics, climate and linear algebra.

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Bologna, Italy

The pre-exascale Tier-0 EuroHPC supercomputer LEONARDO is classified in the top 10 positions among the most powerful supercomputers in the Top500 List (as of November 2023). It is hosted by Cineca and is currently built in the Bologna Technopole. It is supplied by ATOS, with two main partitions: Booster Module and Data-centric Module.

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MareNostrum V

Barcelona, Spain

MareNostrum 5 is a pre-exascale EuroHPC supercomputer hosted at BSC-CNS. The system is supplied by Bull SAS combining Bull Sequana XH3000 and Lenovo ThinkSystem architectures and it has a total peak computational power of 314PFlops. The system will provide 4 partitions with different technical characteristics that jointly can fulfill the requirements of any HPC user.

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Kajaani, Finland

LUMI (Large Unified Modern Infrastructure) is one of the pan-European pre-exascale supercomputers, and one of the most efficient supercomputers globally. It is a joint investment between the EuroHPC JU and eleven member states Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, and Switzerland, where CSC, IT Center for Science, coordinates the effort. 

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