CCIT is integrally engaged in Clemson’s research community by virtue of the vital resources we provide to enable innovation. Our advanced knowledge infrastructure integrates world-class provisions in high-performance computing, high-performance networks, data visualization, storage architectures and middleware. For instance, did you know Clemson researchers can use and receive training on the Palmetto cluster for free? From drafting proposals to technical support, CCIT helps the Clemson community achieve its research goals.
CITI is the hub for all research that leverages the power of CCIT computing resources. The CITI team comprises a well-established, highly successful group of faculty and technical staff with an international reputation for leading research in areas such as high-performance computing, high-throughput computing, high-performance networking, data access/storage and interpretation, visualization, and software environments for cyber-enabled communities.
An information graphic shows statistics for the Palmetto Cluster including (1) one quadrillion floating point operations per second; (2) fifth fastest supercomputer at a public university in the United States; (3) 26,832 cores (processors) and 2,002 compute notes; and (4) the 401st fastest supercomputer in the world.
Our staff includes several cyberinfrastructure professionals dedicated to working with faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students at Clemson and beyond. CCIT is home to leading researchers in next-generation technologies – ranging from high performance computing, identity management, software development, networking, and more.