• ANU is home to Gadi, a high-powered supercomputer at the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) that is used by researchers across the University and country.
  • Australian researchers can access Gadi from anywhere in the world, at any time of day. Running 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Gadi is the underpinning infrastructure for much of the Australian scientific community.
  • It comes in at number 24 in the global ranking of supercomputers, and the most powerful in the southern hemisphere.
  • The machine is named ‘Gadi’ [pronounced Gar-dee], a word of the Ngunnawal people meaning ‘to search for’.
  • Gadi contains 145,152 CPU cores, 567 Terabytes of memory, and 640 GPUs, and is capable of performing nine quadrillion operations per second.
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