Engineering Network Services - CSU

Engineering Network Services
 

Windows Compute Servers

Policies and Guidelines

How to connect to these servers

List of Servers

Name Hardware
win-compute-1 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-2 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-3 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-4 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-5 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-6 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-7 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-8 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-9 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-10 Intel Xeon X3460 Quad core (2.8GHz) with 12GB RAM
win-compute-11 Dual Intel Xeon E5-2680 Twelve core (2.5GHz, 24 cores total) with 128GB RAM
win-compute-12 Dual Intel Xeon E5-2680 Twelve core (2.5GHz, 24 cores total) with 128GB RAM
win-compute-13 Dual Intel Xeon E5-2680 Twelve core (2.5GHz, 24 cores total) with 128GB RAM
win-compute-14 Dual Intel Xeon E5-2680 Twelve core (2.5GHz, 24 cores total) with 128GB RAM
win-compute-15 Dual Intel Xeon E5-2680 Twelve core (2.5GHz, 24 cores total) with 128GB RAM

Access List

In order to preserve the best computing environment, you will need to request access to these servers. Please contact ENS with the subject "Request access to Windows Compute Servers". (All current Engineering students, faculty and staff will be given access.)

Software

These servers currently have access to the following software:

  • ANSYS
  • COMSOL (for instructional/classroom use only)
  • MATLAB
  • Common productivity software such as Microsoft Office.

The software list changes frequently, and ENS can update software as needed. Please contact ENS with software requests.

 
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This document last modified Wednesday September 20, 2017


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