Cineca is currently one of the Large Scale Facilities in Europe and it is a PRACE Tier-0 hosting site.
Cineca's HPC systems are:
- LEONARDO, the new pre-exascale supercomputer will be installed in 2021. Leonardo pre-exascale project receives funding from the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU).
- MARCONI100: It is the new accelerated not conventional Marconi partition available since April 2020. This is an IBM system equipped with NVIDIA Volta V100GPUs, opening the way to the accelerated pre-exascale Leonardo supercomputer.
- MARCONI: It is the Tier-0 system that replaced FERMI in July 2016. It is based on the LENOVO NeXtScale platform and the next generation of the Intel Xeon Phi product family. It has been gradually upgraded from June 2016. The actual configuration consists of Marconi-A3 with SkyLake (in production since August 2017, upgraded in January 2018 and completed in November 2018). In a previous configuration phase, Marconi had two additional partitions: Marconi-A1 with Intel Broadwell, into production since July 2016, closed in September 2018, and Marconi-A2 with Intel KnightsLanding into production since January 2017, closed in January 2020. Marconi is classified in Top500 list among the most powerful supercomputer: rank 12 in November 2016, and rank 19 in the November 2018 list.
- GALILEO: It has been renewed in March 2018 with Intel Xeon E5-2697 v4 (Broadwell) nodes, available for the Italian research community.
- CLOUD.HPC: CINECA cloud service has been renewed in April 2020 with Intel E5-2697 v4 (Broadwell) nodes, completing the HPC ecosystem.
More information about the supercomputers of Cineca is available on Cineca's HPC's website
Marconi is classified in Top500 list among the most powerful supercomputer, rank 19 in the November 2019 list.