NCI is Australia’s high-performance research computing facility for researchers, government and industry. NCI’s newest HPC is Gadi. This is a 3,200 node supercomputer comprising the latest generation Intel Cascade Lake and Nvidia V100 processors.

Gadi is ranked at number 24 on the worlds TOP 500 list. See the NCI Media Release

The UTS has an allocation on Gadi of about 3 million core-hours (about 0.25% of gadi) per year for the use of our researchers. We can allocate these resources per project per quarter at any time. We are keen for researchers that have a track record of using our HPCC, and whose code uses multiple cores, to use Gadi. Contact us for information.

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