Meet Janus!

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The Janus supercomputer is comprised of 1368 compute nodes, each containing 12 cores, for a total 16,416 available cores. JANUS can achieve 184 TFLOPS (Trillion Floating Point Operations).

 Here are some details.

  • Default OS - Redhat 6 Enterprise. 
  • 1368 compute nodes (4 nodes per Chassis, 342 Chassis) 16416 total cores (Each node contains two hex-core 2.8Ghz Intel Westmere processors for 12 real cores per node.) 
  • 2GB of RAM per core or 24GB RAM per node (about 20GB free with the OS image loaded)
  • 32TB total system RAM
  • Approximately 800TB of high performance storage is accessible on a Lustre filesystem. 
  • The nodes are interconnected via a non-blocking QDR Infiniband high performance network theoretically capable of 40Gbps. 
  • The management network is 1Gbps ethernet and the cluster connects to the CU Research Computing Network via multiple 40Gbps ethernet links. 

Funding for Janus was provided by NSF-MRI Grant CNS-0821794, the University of Colorado and the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Access is obtained via the RC Computing environment, see our Quick Start guide to obtain an account.

Janus privileges will require a supporting PI or Faculty who agrees to abide by the relevant Export Control requirements. See the Allocations page for more details and allocation information.