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Vermont Advanced Computing Center

The Vermont Advanced Computing Center (VACC) is a research facility offering computing services to UVM faculty, staff and students.

VACC’s mission includes strategic support in three key areas:

  • Advancing high-impact, multidisciplinary research efforts
  • Promoting advanced computing education and outreach across disciplines
  • Investing in next-generation, innovative and sustainable high-performance computing infrastructure models

The VACC is made up of three high-performance computing (HPC) clusters —  BlackDiamond, Bluemoon, DeepGreen — which support large-scale computation, low-latency networking for MPI workloads, and high-throughput AI and machine learning workflows.

The Knowledge Base for the VACC can be found here: https://vacckb.helpline.w3.uvm.edu/vacc/kb/

Updated on April 5, 2022

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