National Center for Macromolecular Imaging

NCMI Computing Resources

The National Center for Macromolecular Imaging (NCMI), a National Center for Research resources designated Biomedical Research Resource for Structural Biology, develops technology for atomic resolution structure determination and modeling of molecular machines by electron cryo-microscopy, nanometer resolution structure determination of organelles and cells by electron cryo-tomography. NCMI's computing resources include:
  • Dual redundant database servers with ~140 terabytes of RAID 6 storage with dedicated 3rd off-site backup and dedicated gigabit network connections to the 10 gigabit campus backbone.
  • Wide range of Macs/PCs for desktop use (~40).
  • 4 Visualization workstations with 12 cores, multiple GPUs, 96 GB ram, Stereo capable
  • Clusters at NCMI:
  • http://www.eman2.org/emanwiki/CIBRClusters

Clusters



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