Computing Resources

DOE Participating Laboratories

World-Class Computing


The HPC4EI Program uses world class computing power across nine U.S. Department of Energy laboratories. Combined, the DOE systems, which include 4 of the top 20 systems as ranked by TOP500 in November 2020, mark some of the most powerful computing resources in the world.

In addition, through the national laboratories, DOE actively infuses and maintains a comprehensive ecosystem of high performance computing assets and the industry leading scientists and engineers capable of leveraging their power. Each project awarded through the HPC4Manufacturing, HPC4Materials, or HPC4Mobility pillars is matched with a specific super computing system that best meets their needs. Through the overarching HPC4EI program, we are leveraging this family of DOE systems to bring world class computing power to solve some of the most challenging problems facing US industry.

Computing Resources


The table below shows the individual systems supporting this program, the laboratories that host them, and each system’s key metrics.

DOE National Laboratory System Nodes Cores Phi GPU Description
Argonne National Laboratory

Theta

4,392

281,088

Cray XC40/Intel Xeon Phi (KNL)

ThetaGPU

48

3,072

192

Cray XC40/AMD Rome and NVIDIA A100

Cooley

126

1,512

126

Cray CS300-AC/Intel Haswell and NVIDIA Tesla K80

Bebop (Broadwell)

672

24,192

Cray CS400/Intel Xeon Broadwell

Bebop (KNL)

352

22,528

Cray CS400/Intel Xeon Phi (KNL)

Berkeley National Laboratory

Cori (Haswell)

2,388

76,417

Cray XC40/Intel Haswell

Cori (KNL)

9,688

658,784

Cray XC40/Intel Phi(KNL)

Dirac

128

3,072

Dell PowerEdge C6320 cluster with Mellanox FDR Infiniband interconnect

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Lassen

792

34,848

3.168

IBM Power System S922LC/+ 4x NVIDIA Volta accelerators/node

Quartz

2,634

96,768

Intel Xeon E5-2695

Los Almos National Laboratory

Grizzly

1,490

53,640

Penguin Computing Tundra ES; Broadwell

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Summit

4,608

202,752

27,648

IBM Power System S922LC/+ 6x NVIDIA Volta accelerators/node

Ridge

40

5,120

Cray/HPE CS500, AMD Rome CPUs (64-core, 2 GHz)

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Cascade

1,440

23,040

195,840

Atipa 1440 Intel Xeon-Phi Node FDR-Infiniband Linux Cluster

Constance

520

12,480

Dual Intel Haswell E5-2670

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Eagle

2,618

94,248

Dual Intel Xeon-Gold Skylake 6154 (3.0 GHz, 18 core) processors

National Energy Technology Laboratory

Joule 2

1,664

78,720

HPE ProLiant XL/Intel Xeon Gold 6148, Nvidia Tesla P100

Sandia National Laboratory

Sky Bridge

1848

29,568

Intel Sandy Bridge E5-2670

Chama

1232

19,712

Intel Sandy Bridge E5-2670

Ghost

740

26,640

Intel Xeon Broadwell E5-2695

Eclipse

1488

53,568

Intel Xeon Broadwell E5-2695

Attaway

1488

53,568

2.3Ghz Intel Skylake/Gold 6140

Solo

374

13,464

Intel Xeon Broadwell E5-2695

Uno

201

3344

2.7 Ghz Intel Sandy Bridge