Named after Mary Ann Elizabeth (Betzy) Stephansen, the first Norwegian women to be awarded a doctorate degree.
The most powerful supercomputer in Norway
Betzy is a BullSequana XH2000, provided by Atos, and will give Norwegian researchers more than 5 times more capacity than previously, with a theoretical peak performance of 6.2 PetaFlops. The supercomputer, which will be placed at NTNU in Trondheim, will be available to users during the second half of 2020.
|Max Floating point performance, double||6.2 Petaflops|
|Number of nodes||1344|
|CPU type||AMD® Epyc™ "Rome" 2.2GHz|
|CPU cores in total||172032|
|CPU cores per node||128|
|Memory in total||336 TiB|
|Memory per node||256 GiB|
|Total disc capacity||2.5 PB|
|Interconnect||InfiniBand HDR 100, Dragonfly+ topology|
Almost all components are liquid cooled resulting in a very high cooling efficiency, 95% of heat being captured to water.
For pilot project please check out the short getting started guide here.