OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Donations to the GENOME Cloud at OSU

New GPU for Deeplearning

  • The CGRB working with Bob Crovella at NVIDIA to provide the computational infrastructure a new NVIDIA GPU processor.
     
  • Hardware: K40
  • Memory: 12G
  • Date: Feburary 2016
  • Server(s): Processing of data using the Kaggle National Data Science Bowl Deep Sea Learning alogrythm to

    Predict ocean health, one plankton at a time.

  • Lab: Cowen Lab Oregon State
  • Contact: chris at cgrb.oregonstate.edu
  • Manufacturer: NVIDIA


 

 

New Processing Server

  • The CGRB working with Charlie Foretich at
    IBM to provide the computational infrastructure a new POWER S822LC processing server.
     
  • Hardware: POWER S822LC
  • Memory: 512GB
  • K80 GPU
  • Dual Port 40G Ethernet
  • Date: December 2015
  • Server(s): Processing of computational biology, high throughput sequencing, analytical chemistry and other computational methods.
  • Lab: CGRB Oregon State
  • Contact: chris at cgrb.oregonstate.edu
  • Manufacturer: IBM
  • Software Compiled on Power


 

Upgraded Network

  • The CGRB working with David M. Björk from Dell provided a Force10 s6000 network switch with 32 ports of 40Gbps Ethernet. This setup has become the main distrobution switch for the CGRB file servers.
  • Hardware: Force10 s6000
  • Date: Fall 2014
  • Server(s): All file servers connect through this equipment
  • Lab: CGRB Oregon State
  • Contact: chris at cgrb.oregonstate.edu
  • Manufacturer: Dell


 

 

Upgraded Network

  • The CGRB working with David M. Björk from Dell provided a Force10 s4810 network switch with 48 ports of 10Gbps Ethernet and 4 ports of 40Gbps Ethernet. This setup has become the main distrobution switch for the CGRB file servers.
  • Hardware: Force10 s4810
  • Date: Fall 2012
  • Server(s): All file servers connect through this equipment
  • Lab: CGRB Oregon State
  • Contact: chris at cgrb.oregonstate.edu
  • Manufacturer: Dell


 

Plant Ontology Consortium (POC) / Gramene: A Resource for Comparative Grass Genomics


 

Assembling the Fungal Tree of Life

  • The Spatafora and CGRB working with Kasey Flicker from MCPc and Benjamin Benulis from AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) have setup a 20 Opteron AMD processors for working with the Fungal Tree of Life project.
  • Hardware: 20 AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 246
  • Date: March 2005
  • Node(s): fungi1-10
  • Website: http://aftol.org
  • Lab: Dr. Joseph Spatafora Lab Oregon State
  • Contact: spatafoj at science.oregonstate.edu
  • Manufacturer: MCPc (Kasey Flicker Senior Account Manager)


 

GENOME Cluster Bioinformatics