The Armis HPC cluster, in conjunction with Turbo Research Storage, provides a secure, scalable, and distributed computing environment that aligns with HIPAA privacy standards. The HPC environment is composed of a task-managing administrative nodes, standard Linux-based 2 and 4 socket server class hardware in a secure data center, connected by both a high-speed ethernet (1 Gbps) and InfiniBand network (40Gbps), and a secure parallel filesystem for temporary data, provided by HIPAA-aligned Turbo Research Storage. Armis is currently provided as a pilot service.

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