Sir Isaac Newton
(1643-1727)

The Newton Visualization Cluster is named in honor of Sir Isaac Newton who developed a theory of color based on the observation that a prism decomposes white light into the many colors of the visible spectrum.

Currently, the Newton visualization cluster consists of:

  • Interactive visualization node with dual NVIDIA GTX980 GPUs driving 80-inch 3-D display
  • Two nodes with dual NVIDIA GTX680 cards
  • One node with NVIDIA Tesla GP-GPU unit
  • Two nodes with dual Intel Xeon Phi accelerators
  • 40Gb Infiniband interconnect

In addition, the UCF ARCC also provides:

  • 240TB of configured storage
  • 20Gb connection to UCF campus core network
  • 250kW power with an uninterruptible power supply and generator
  • 100 tons of dedicated cooling
About the UCF ARCC:
The University of Central Florida (UCF) Advanced Research Computing Center is managed by the Institute for Simulation and Training, with subsidies from the UCF Provost and Vice President for Research and Commercialization, for the use by all UCF faculty and their students. Collaboration with other universities and industry is also possible.
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UCF Advanced Research Computing Center
3039 Technology Parkway, Suite 220
Orlando, FL 32826
P: 407-882-1147
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