<h2>In Pictures: iVEC installs second Pawsey machine</h2>Fornax, supplied by SGI, comprises ten racks of equipment in the University of Western Australia's Physics Building. Pictured here is the Lustre file system node, comprising meta data servers in the top two shelves and object storage servers in the third and fourth shelves. The shelves below house compute nodes. (Credit: iVEC)
 

In Pictures: iVEC installs second Pawsey machine

Fornax, supplied by SGI, comprises ten racks of equipment in the University of Western Australia's Physics Building. Pictured here is the Lustre file system node, comprising meta data servers in the top two shelves and object storage servers in the third and fourth shelves. The shelves below house compute nodes. (Credit: iVEC)

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In Pictures: iVEC installs second Pawsey machine

The University of Western Australia's physics faculty has just splurged out on a new supercomputer which boasts 1152 cores and 96 GPUs. Check out the photos.

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