University Research Computing Facility
The University Research Computing Facility is a resource for high-performance and high-throughput scientific computing for use by Drexel researchers and educators as well as external academic and commercial partners. Housed in the 3rd floor of Curtis Hall, this 1,600 sq. ft., 0.6 MW facility hosts rack-mounted computing and storage hardware exclusive to individual research groups and is home to Picotte, the shared computing cluster, consisting of 4,224 compute cores and 48 Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs capable of running at a theoretical peak speed of 355 TFLOPS. The facility is part of the Internet 2 Innovation Platform, featuring 100 gigabit ethernet and a Science DMZ.