This week the RSC Group from Russia announced that the new RSC Tornado SUSU supercomputer was deployed at the South Ural State University (SUSU). As Europe’s largest university supercomputing system equipped with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, the new system includes 192 computing nodes with direct liquid cooling and 236.8 TFLOP of performance.
In recent years Russia has actively developed computing centers at the national level, primarily in the leading universities. The creation of the Europe’s largest university supercomputer with the latest Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors SE10X in South Ural State University further confirms Russian government’s and Leadership’s commitment to improve Russia’s competitiveness by actively developing the intellectual potential of the country and the use of Intel’s state-of-the-art high-performance and energy efficient technology,” said Christian Morales, Intel’s Vice-President and General Manager in EMEA.
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