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LCC (Lipscomb Compute Cluster) named after William Nunn Lipscomb  enters production in late fall 2019, building on the successes of the DLX2 and DLX3  HPC systems. 

LCC is also breaking new ground in its support for science applications. During the first eight months of operation, our HPC users consumed  more than 50 million core hours of compute time and ran about 500K jobs (

The LCC system has multiple generations of Intel CPU processors including the latest accelerator cards from NVIDIA targeted for traditional science and engineering simulation needs as well as machine-learning workloads. LCC design also includes a totally new integration with web access as well as options for high speed data transfer nodes for external data transfers  and access to emerging computer technologies such as the cloud.