High-performance computing (HPC) cluster facility is a multi-purpose Linux cluster (Xeon-based nodes with Gigabit internode connectivity) devised to address problems that involve heavy computation. HPC facility is available for research and teaching purposes to all members of the academic community of IIT Mandi. We have 171 compute nodes with (Xeon Gold/Bronze processors) 64 to 128 Gb of Ram with 10G connectivity & 8 to 24 threads on each node. The facility currently hosts two sub-clusters -- CPUHPC ( and GPU HPC ( The CPUHPC cluster hosts compute nodes optimized for CPU-parallel jobs whereas the GPU HPC cluster hosts nodes containing high-end Nvidia GPU cards optimized for GPU-intensive parallel jobs. Members can get HPC account by filling google form from the IIT Mandi HPC official website.

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