High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Research Computing

In comparison with the old HPC at CityU, the new HPC has increased computational power by almost 10 times with a combination of massive computation and graphical processing units, all of which are interconnected at high speed. The HPC capacity will support many computationally intensive research areas by cutting short the computational time from months to just hours. In fact, the theoretical maximum processing power is 1.1 petaflops, which is considered the most powerful among institutions in Hong Kong and Macau. Check out the services below to see how the use of the HPC can benefit your work.