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MIPT: Cracking Molecular Codes with High-Performance Computing

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Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) was created in 1946 by leading Soviet scientists and the national government as an advanced educational and research institution specializing in physics. MIPT has eight departments and currently hosts about 3,600 students. As part of its commitment to ongoing innovation and excellence in high-performance computing (HPC), it has implemented a new cluster powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2690. It has since seen total cost of ownership (TCO) drop by 60 percent while computing performance has doubled. Since the first pilot system was implemented, computing performance has seen a 33-fold increase.