In 2011 a Novian company BAIP (now it operates under the name of Novian Technologies) and its partners designed and installed high performance computing systems at Vilnius University (VU).
The systems enabled scientists to perform new quality multidimensional computing processes. Two high performance computing clusters with 3200 computing cores and over 800 TB of disc space were the largest such type of complexes in Lithuania.
The first supercomputer was deployed in the Digital Science and Computing Centre of VU MIF. It contains over 1700 computing cores and 600 of disc space, it is connected to unified LitGrid network providing scientists with computing resources they need to tackle scientific challenges.
The second project was intended for the design and deployment of computing cluster complex comprising of over 1500 computing cores and 200 TB of disc space. The project was performed by Novian group company's specialists at Faculty of Physics of VU. The clusters are connected and managed through high performance parallel file system LustreTM.
Such a scale symmetrical multiprocessor computing system is the only one in Lithuania; it is highly scalable and high-performing. These computing processes are employed in the fields of laser and light, semiconductor optoelectronics, new materials (nano and electronic) technologies and other.