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.
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.