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The performance of the Govorun supercomputer reached 1.1 PFLOPS

The Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna held a presentation of the upgraded Govorun supercomputer.

The performance of this computing system increased by 23.5% and reached the level of 1.1 PFLOPS (petaflops is a quadrillion or 1015 floating point operations per second).

The high-performance complex, which in 2018 became the world’s first hyperconverged supercomputer with 100% liquid cooling on “hot water”, is named after Nikolai Nikolaevich Govorun, Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences.

During the current, third, stage of modernization of the Govorun supercomputer, specialists installed 32 new computing nodes based on two Intel Xeon Platinum 8368Q processors (frequency 2.6 GHz, 38 cores, 57 MB cache, heat dissipation 270 W) in each, 8 operational modules DDR4 memory – 256 GB total capacity per node, 8 Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory modules – 2 TB per node, four EDSFF E1.S SSDs (ruler) with NVMe interface – 16 TB per node. In addition, each node has two 100 Gbps Omni-Path adapters.

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