Chalmers University of Technology is a full-scale technological university with scientific depth and interdisciplinary breadth with a sustainable future as its global vision.
Scania is a world leading provider of transport solutions, driving the shift towards a sustainable transport system. South Pole has delivered computational clusters to Scania’s production environmentfor technical calculations and also helps with the support and further development of these resources.
Net Insight power the world’s largest media networks that enable live, interactive and on-demand media transport for broadcasters, service providers, content owners, production and post-production companies.
– Uppsala University
UPPMAX (Uppsala Multidisciplinary Center for Advanced Computational Science) is hosted by the Department of Information Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology at Uppsala University and is one of the six centra in the national metacenter Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC). UPPMAX is also part of the SweGrid national grid. South Pole has delivered a number of large clusters to UPPMAX as well as several large storage systems.
KTH ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
The Parallel Computer Center (PDC) for High Performance Computing at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology is a provider of high performance computing (HPC) services for academic research in Sweden. South Pole has delivered a Cray supercomputer which, with its 36,000 processor cores, is Sweden’s largest computer system for PDC. South Pole has also built a Linux cluster with over 1200 servers and high-speed networks, and delivered a highly energy efficient cluster based on blade technology and a large parallel storage system
– Umeå University
High Performance Computing Center North (HPC2N) is a national center for Scientific and Parallel Computing based at Umeå University. South Pole has delivered a number of clusters and other systems to HPC2N, most recently Abisko cluster with 332 nodes with four 12 core processors, up to 512GB memory and Infiniband networks.