Carver IBM iDataPlex
NOTE: Carver was decommissioned on September 30, 2015. Users can run their Carver workloads on Edison. Please see Retirement Plans for more information.
Carver Status: Up
Carver, named in honor of American scientist George Washington Carver, is an IBM iDataPlex system. Each node contains two Intel Nehalem quad-core processors. The system's theoretical peak performance is 106.5 Teraflops/sec.
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