Profile: Private body created in 1969. Consortium of 37 Italian universities and more that operates several leading HPC datacentres. Member of key projects and DEISA. Coordonates HPC Europa2 and HPCWorld

Contribution to HPC: operates a supercomputing integrated infrastructure with 15000+ processors. 168 nodes, each with 32 cores and 128 GB of RAM, 1,8PTbytes storage. Peak power 100 Tflops. IBM Blue Gene P 1024 CPU quad core, 14 Tflops. It also operate the ENI supercomputer, 10 000 processors. Experience in HPC code parallelisation and optimisation

EESI contacts:

Giovanni ERBACCI