Lumi, The Most Powerful Supercomputer In Europe, Was Completed Today

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In the TOP500 list of global supercomputing released at the end of last month, the frontier supercomputing developed by American Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) broke the world record with 1.1 exaflops and ended the two-year and four consecutive titles of Japan's fugaku. Although it did not break the frontier record, Lumi was completed today as "the most powerful supercomputer in Europe" and will be used to deal with climate change and other issues**


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Lumi is owned by a consortium of 10 European countries, including eurohpc joint undertaking. Its actual location is in Finland. Lumi consists of HPE Cray ex nodes with 2560 nodes, including a 64 core AMD epyc "Trento" CPU and four amd insight mi250x GPUs.

At the same time, the "lumi-c" partition is only CPU centric, and contains 64 core AMD epyc 7003 series CPUs in 1536 dual slot nodes. Lumi also has 64 NVIDIA a40 GPUs for visualization workloads. Although it was 10 billion before, Lumi is currently the third fastest supercomputer in the world.

Interested users can use lumi Learn more about today's inauguration.

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