New GPU Cluster at Bielefeld University to Crack Quantum Chromodynamics

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Bielefeld University announced this week that it will install a new GPU hybrid supercomputer in 2012. Used exclusively for Quantum Chromodynamics, the hybrid system will be equipped 400 Tesla GPUs 400 GPUs with a cumulative peak performance of about 500 Teraflops.

We are delighted about the opportunity to prove our expertise in high-end GPU computing with the new high-performance cluster in theoretical physics at the Bielefeld University,” said Gabriele Nikisch, the managing director of Bremen based sysGen GmbH, a certified NVIDIA Tesla Preferred Partner who develops and produces complete solutions for HPC and GPU Computing as well as server and storage systems.