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Welcome to High Performance Computing at the University of Texas at Arlington. The UTA High Performance Computing cluster (UTA HPC) is a resource for faculty, research teams and research staff to run programs and applications in support of research activity.

HPC facilitates research projects in various disciplines including computational chemistry, economics, molecular modeling, solid state physics, computational fluid dynamics, and finite element modeling.

The HPC system currently consists of 616 processor cores with more than 3.5 terabytes of RAM and 500 terabytes of storage on a 10 gigabit network. HPC's computational nodes utilize Intel® Xeon® E5-2699 processors with CentOS Linux 7.6 as an operating environment. Detailed information on system hardware and configuration is available on our System Information page.

The HPC is connected to UTA's campus network at 10 Gbps. The campus routes packets at line rate to all other research and engineering networks using Internet2 and the Energy Sciences Network thru the Lonestar Research and Education Network (LEARN).

Please direct any inquires regarding the HPC program to OIT Help Desk.

For more information, please go to the OIT Knowledge Base or use the links located on this article.