Offering a fascinating glimpse of the current AI and High-Performance capabilities at the University of Miami by traditional computational scientists, data scientists, or students just getting started, IDSC Advanced Computing Director Joel Zysman speaks speaks at Supercomputing 2019 on “Solving Tomorrow’s Problems Using IBM Storage Systems.” Read more “How the U is Solving Tomorrow’s Problems Today With IBM”
Please join the IDSC Advanced Computing team on Friday, January 15th for an interactive Zoom session on the latest advanced computing systems and data science services available to the University of Miami research community—including the most powerful AI toolset in South Florida.
Read more “IDSC Computational Resources Training—Opening Session 1/15”
The CCS Advanced Computing team is offering training sessions on TRITON at all three campuses. The training session will include information on how to create a new Triton account, utilize the pre-installed software, and best practices for using the new features on Triton for Deep Learning and Data Science.
Read more “Intro to TRITON Workshop-Medical campus 12/13/2019”
The University of Miami has unleashed Triton to the research community. Using the same AI-optimized architecture as the world’s most powerful supercomputer, Triton is UM’s first GPU-accelerated HPC system, representing a new approach to computational and data science. Built using IBM Power Systems AC922 servers, Triton was designed to maximize data movement between the IBM POWER9 CPU and attached accelerators, enabling students, researchers, and analysts to explore new possibilities. Read more “Introduction to TRITON Workshops 11/7 or 12/13/2019”
On Thursday, September 19, 2019, IDSC held a reception to launch “TRITON”, a $3.7M machine that is now accessible to University of Miami students, faculty, and staff. The celebrated a collaboration with all those who worked hard to make it possible—from Procurement, to UMIT, to IBM and IDSC Advanced Computing technicians—everyone’s efforts came together to get the new supercomputer installed and up and running. Read more “TRITON Takes a Bow”
The IDSC Advanced Computing team is offering training sessions on TRITON at all three campuses. The training session will include information on how to create a new Triton account, utilize the pre-installed software, and best practices for using the new features on Triton for areas such as Deep Learning and Data Science. Read more “Introduction to TRITON Workshops”
What if massive data sets could be accessed and analyzed in just an hour, instead of a day? It could change the field of genomics, help researchers predict impacts of climate change more expediently, and help create a safer campus with faster analysis of security videos. These are some of the possibilities that lay ahead as the University’s new supercomputer was installed at the Equinix Network Access Point of the Americas, also known as “the NAP”, in downtown Miami. Read more “The U’s Next-Gen Supercomputer Accelerates Research”