MIT Lincoln Laboratory
.) has enabled its
next generation LLGrid interactive/on-demand parallel computing system. This
system was provided to Lincoln Laboratory via a DoD High Performance Computing
Modernization Program (HPCMP) Distributed High Performance Investment in
collaboration with Dell Computer, Inc.
The DoD HPCMP-mandated acceptance test was conducted using the
HPC Challenge benchmark suite
This benchmark suite is designed to stress a wide variety of
parallel components: processor, memory, network bandwidth,
and network latency. As part of the acceptance test,
Lincoln Laboratory ran 170 variations using different
processors and memory sizes.
This baseline performance data is available here,
MIT LLGrid data