The Data Centric General Purpose (DCGP) partition of Leonardo is ready to enter the production phase today, February 12th. This is the new partition of the pre-exascale Tier-0 EuroHPC supercomputer LEONARDO, classified in the 6° position among the most powerful supercomputers in the Top500 List.

The Data-centric General Purpose partition is based on BullSequana X2140 three-node CPU Blade and is equipped with two Intel Sapphire Rapids CPUs, each with 56 cores.

The DCGP partition, as the booster partition, uses NVIDIA Mellanox HDR 200Gb/s InfiniBand connectivity, with smart in-network computing acceleration engines that enable extremely low latency and high data throughput to provide the highest AI and HPC application performance and scalability.

The call for applications is now open. More information is available on our HPC access page.

For general information on cluster storage areas, SLURM submission, and the module environment please refer to the general Leonardo User Guide and the DCGP dedicated section.