From Rutgers: Amarel Computing

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Rutgers Amarel Computing Cluster

Rutgers Amarel CentOS 7 Lenovo Linux compute cluster supercomputer

Amarel is Rutgers’ new advanced computing cluster for research computing that is theoretically able to perform over 500 trillion mathematical operations every second! Watch our video to learn who Amarel is named after (hint: he’s a Rutgers pioneer). For more info visit:

The Office of Advanced Research Computing (OARC) is excited to announce the next phase in Rutgers advanced computing. In early 2017, OARC is unveiling Amarel, a “condominium” style computing environment developed to serve the university’s wide ranging research needs.

Named in honor of Dr. Saul Amarel, a Rutgers pioneer in artificial intelligence and research computing, Amarel is a shared, community-owned advanced computing environment available to any investigator or student with projects requiring research computing resources on any Rutgers campus.

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