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MGHPCC Data Center

MGHPCC

MGHPCC is located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, 100 miles west of Boston.

MGHPCC

MGHPCC is located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, 100 miles west of Boston.

MGHPCC

MGHPCC is located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, 100 miles west of Boston.

Hadley Falls Dam

Hadley Falls Dam

Holyoke is home to the Hadley Falls Dam, which generates low cost clean hydroelectric power, one of many factors that resulted in the MGHPCC becoming the first university research data center ever to achieve LEED Platinum Certification, the highest level awarded by the Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program.

Hadley Falls Dam

Holyoke is home to the Hadley Falls Dam, which generates low cost clean hydroelectric power, one of many factors that resulted in the MGHPCC becoming the first university research data center ever to achieve LEED Platinum Certification, the highest level awarded by the Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program.

Holyoke is home to the Hadley Falls Dam, which generates low cost clean hydroelectric power, one of many factors that resulted in the MGHPCC becoming the first university research data center ever to achieve LEED Platinum Certification, the highest level awarded by the Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program.

MGHPCC Stats

MGHPCC Stats

Since its inception in 2013, MGHPCC has been the home of many TOP500 machines, most recently Satori and TX-GAIA at MIT, and Cannon at Harvard. MGHPCC serves a community of 20,000+ active users performing millions of virtual experiments per month. In aggregate, it houses 100s of thousands of CPU cores, millions of GPU cores and over 40 petabytes of storage.

MGHPCC Stats

Since its inception in 2013, MGHPCC has been the home of many TOP500 machines, most recently Satori and TX-GAIA at MIT, and Cannon at Harvard. MGHPCC serves a community of 20,000+ active users performing millions of virtual experiments per month. In aggregate, it houses 100s of thousands of CPU cores, millions of GPU cores and over 40 petabytes of storage.

Since its inception in 2013, MGHPCC has been the home of many TOP500 machines, most recently Satori and TX-GAIA at MIT, and Cannon at Harvard. MGHPCC serves a community of 20,000+ active users performing millions of virtual experiments per month. In aggregate, it houses 100s of thousands of CPU cores, millions of GPU cores and over 40 petabytes of storage.

Collaborative Projects

MGHPCC was built to enable the five member institutions to share building infrastructure (space, power and cooling), but once they were under the same roof, cross-consortium collaboration started to happen on a regular basis. These are just a sampling of collaborative projects now underway among MGHPCC members.

Collaborative Projects

MGHPCC was built to enable the five member institutions to share building infrastructure (space, power and cooling), but once they were under the same roof, cross-consortium collaboration started to happen on a regular basis. These are just a sampling of collaborative projects now underway among MGHPCC members.

Collaborative Projects

MGHPCC was built to enable the five member institutions to share building infrastructure (space, power and cooling), but once they were under the same roof, cross-consortium collaboration started to happen on a regular basis. These are just a sampling of collaborative projects now underway among MGHPCC members.

MGHPCC in the Community

Each of these talks describes different ways that MGHPCC is very active in the research computing community beyond Massachusetts.

MGHPCC in the Community

Each of these talks describes different ways that MGHPCC is very active in the research computing community beyond Massachusetts.

MGHPCC in the Community

Each of these talks describes different ways that MGHPCC is very active in the research computing community beyond Massachusetts.

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Virtual Tour

You can take a virtual tour of the MGHPCC and our consortium members in Minecraft! Click the MORE button to find out how.

Virtual Tour

You can take a virtual tour of the MGHPCC and our consortium members in Minecraft! Click the MORE button to find out how.

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Featured projects

Air Force Arcade
Airborne Optical Systems Test Bed (AOSTB)
Black Hole Initiative
Center for Scientific Computing and Visualization Research (CSCVR)
Colosseum
Data Centric Low Emission Mobility
Fast Accurate NURBS Optimization (FANO)
FlyNet
Foldit
Fusarium Pathogenomics: Understanding Fungal Pathogenicity through Genomics
GLEAM: Global Epidemic and Mobility project
Lichtman Lab - Center for Brain Science
Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC)
LLSC Articles and Publications
MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy
MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering
Northeast Cyberteam
Northeastern University and Williams College SC20 Student Cluster Competition Team
Quantum Architectures at Goodwill Computing Lab
Simulating Large Biomolecular Assemblies
The Center for Information and Systems Engineering (CISE)
The Mass Open Cloud and Open Cloud Initiative
Video and Imagery Dataset to Drive Public Safety
Visibility Estimation through Image Analytics (VEIA)
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