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High Performance Computing (HPC)

High Performance Computing (HPC)

The UConn Health High Performance Computing Facility provides a variety of High Performance Computing, Cloud Computing and customized Servers and Services to the UConn Health research community and its collaborators. The facility provides free access to over 300 TeraFLOPS of compute power, 10,000 processor cores and over 14 PB of storage housed in a secure, state of the art data center supported 24/7 by a dedicated staff of professionals.


Ion Moraru, M.D., Ph.D.


Stephen King

Senior Systems Administrator

Clarissa Trudell

Technical Analyst

Michael Wilson

Infrastructure Architect

Terry Wright

Technical Analyst III



High Performance Compute Clusters

Over 10,000 CPU Cores with 65 TB of RAM capable of processing at 300 TFLOPs and comprised of the following hardware:

  • 10 Dell R730 nodes with two, 18-core Intel Xeon E5-2697v4 processors, 256 GB RAM and 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 5 Dell nodes with two, 10-core Intel Xeon E5-2660v2 processors, 256 GB RAM and 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 1 Dell R730 node with two, 18-core AMD Opteron processors, 256 GB RAM and 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 1 Dell node with two, 24-core  AMD EPYC processors, 264 GB RAM and 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 19 Dell C6145 nodes with four, 12-core AMD Opteron processors, 256 GB RAM and 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 15 Dell C6145 nodes with four 8-core AMD Opteron processors and 256 GB RAM and 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 24 Penguin nodes with Intel Xeon Gold 6230 processors, 192 GB RAM ad 10 gigabit interfaces
  • 3008 NVIDIA Tesla M2075 GPU cores
  • Job Management provided by Slurm Workload Manager and provisioning provided by Bright


Virtualization Infrastructure

17 Dell PowerEdge hosts with 952 CPU cores and 8.7 TB RAM running VMWare 7 hosting 300+ Windows and Linux virtual machines with SSD high OPS performance cache tier


Datacenter Infrastructure

UPS generator backed power with redundant cooling

3×40 Gbe dark fiber connection to off-site DR location


Data Storage

14 PB of storage including 775 TB Quantum, 2.2 PB EMC Isilon, 2.6 PB Qumulo QC208, 1.5 PB Qumulo K168-T scale-out clusters along with 3.8 PB Amplidata, and 3.0 PB Scality Geo-Spread cloud storage

Campus Address

Cell and Genome Sciences Building
UConn Health

Mailing Address

400 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-6406