The ACM-Chem Cluster is a 272 core parallel computational cluster at the University of South Carolina for use by researchers at USC and especially the College of Art and Science Research Computing Center.
The ACM-Chem cluster was built using resources from the start-up funds of Dr. Sophya Garaschuk (Chemistry) and Dr. Qi Wang (Mathematics), NSF EPSCOR Track II bridge grant, and the NanoCenter fund.
|NUmber of Processors||264 (compute)|
|Total Memory||352 GB (DDR2)|
|Peak Performance||2.5 TFLOPS|
|Total Disk Space||11TB (global)|