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Projects Co-Financed by the European Union

Copernicus Computing is working on a project called

“Creating an Innovative Computer Lab in the form of a GPU / CPU Computing Cluster for Industry Research.”

lubelskie

This project is being implemented in Lubelskie Voivodeship with the funds of which the Lubelska Agencja Wspierania Przedsiębiorczości in Lublin is the governing entity. Total project cost is PLN 1 344 899.68 Grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is PLN 745 784.37

Computer Lab

The long-term effect of the project will be the possibility of conducting research and development (R&D) in a computer lab, available to entities, both from the Lubelskie Voivodeship and from the rest of the world. The project promoter will use their supercomputer to run their research, outsourced research, and provide computing power for research by other entities.

GPU

The main goal of this project is to develop, within the territory of Lublin, the fastest Polish GPU supercomputer intended for R&D.

“LEM”

because this is the name of the supercomputer is supposed to have the power of about 50 thousand home computers. Although the Supercomputer is still under construction, today we encourage all businesses from Lubelskie Voivodeship and from other areas of Poland, Europe, and the world to use our supercomputing power for their ambitious research projects to become a reality.

Copernicus Computing implements the project under the name

“Fully automatic rendering for Polish and foreign large business customers, including film studios”

kuyavian-pomeranian

This project is being implemented in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship from the funds managed by the Marshal’s Office. Total project cost is PLN 8 610 000. Grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is PLN 3 150 000.

automatic rendering

The goal of the project is to create the best in Europe, fully automatic CPU / GPU rendering farm based on hybrid supercomputer technology. Its achievements will be based on the results of R & D work carried out in the field of rendering automation.

GPU

The main goal of this project is to develop, within the territory of Lublin, the fastest Polish GPU supercomputer intended for R&D.

“Kopernik”

Thanks to the project, our hybrid supercomputer “Kopernik” will be expanded with advanced infrastructure along with dedicated software for rendering 3D scenes. This will help to increase its computing power, while guaranteeing a place on the prestigious list of 500 fastest supercomputers in the world.

film studios

The potential of “Kopernik” will be able to support even large film studios. This means that maybe soon the biggest Hollywood productions will be implemented in Toruń.

Copernicus Computing implements the project under the name

“The development of the Copernicus Computing IT laboratory by increasing the computing power of the KOPERNIK supercomputer”

kuyavian-pomeranian

This project is being implemented in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship from the funds managed by the Marshal’s Office. Total project cost is PLN 8 610 000. Grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is PLN 3 150 000.

automatic rendering

The goal of the project is to create the best in Europe, fully automatic CPU / GPU rendering farm based on hybrid supercomputer technology. Its achievements will be based on the results of R & D work carried out in the field of rendering automation.

GPU

The main goal of this project is to develop, within the territory of Lublin, the fastest Polish GPU supercomputer intended for R&D.

“Kopernik”

Thanks to the project, our hybrid supercomputer “Kopernik” will be expanded with advanced infrastructure along with dedicated software for rendering 3D scenes. This will help to increase its computing power, while guaranteeing a place on the prestigious list of 500 fastest supercomputers in the world.

film studios

The potential of “Kopernik” will be able to support even large film studios. This means that maybe soon the biggest Hollywood productions will be implemented in Toruń.

Copernicus Computing implements the project under the name

“Copernicus Computing implements the project named “Creating a remote desktop system with GPU acceleration and multimedia for a supercomputer in the LINUX environment”

Kuyavian-Pomeranian

This project is carried out in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian voivodeship with funds managed by the Kujawsko-Pomorska Innovation Agency. Total project cost is PLN 121 770. Grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is PLN 71 400.

remote desktop

The aim of the project is to create a remote desktop system for the linux system with GPU support. In the result of its implementation, our clients can operate supercomputer using remote desktop technology in the LINUX system.

supercomputer under the desk

Our solution allows you to manage the fastest Polish supercomputer using one’s own mouse, keyboard and monitor. It is as if personal desktop was replaced with 50,000 identical people working for you for the purposes of scientific research

idea

The idea is based on the creation of a modern and highly efficient image transfer system and the ability to issue commands directly from the level of your own computer.

Copernicus Computing implements the project under the name

“Virtualization of GPU cards for sharing computing power in the cloud, for research or creative industries”

Kuyavian-Pomeranian

This project is carried out in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province with funds managed by the Kujawsko-Pomorska Innovation Agency. Total project cost is PLN 857 700. Grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is PLN 516 600. PLN.

GPU virtualization

Virtualization of the GPU card makes it a resource not assigned to a particular server. Thanks to that, you can create clusters of almost any number of GPU cards and make calculations on them. Thanks to this solution it will be possible to virtualize any GPU card and connect it to our “LEM” cluster.

without losses

Our solution allows you to freely combine resources, so you will not waste a single flops of computing power.

idea

The idea is based on the use of all available system resources (even the client’s server) in order to speed up and streamline the calculation process.

Copernicus Computing implements the project under the name

“Creation of a Research and Development Center coupled with information laboratories (LEM and KOPERNIK supercomputers), enabling the offer of new innovative computing services for CPU and GPU”

operational program innovative development

This project is implemented in the Lublin voivodeship with funds from the Operational Program Innovative Development. Total project cost is PLN 10 672 000, 00. Grant from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is PLN 7 470 400,00.

modern research and development center

In the era of industrial revolution 4.0, the image of research laboratories is changing. Former laboratory tables are increasingly giving way to supercomputers. Thanks to the modern Research and Development Center, Copernicus Computing will conduct a number of research works in the field of ray tracing.

dedicated collocation

Supercomputers require great conditions. Everything from temperature to air humidity must be constantly monitored and maintained at the right level. The most important element of our Research and Development Center will be a dedicated colocation chamber created in a specially adapted container. Thanks to this, researchers will be located just a few meters from the heart of Research and Development Center supercomputer of high computing power.

idea

Accumulation of both research staff and research infrastructure in one place will allow much faster than ever implementation of Research and Development projects.

Copernicus Computing is implementing a project:

“Developing a CPU and GPU-based rendering engine for 3D graphics software to address the challenges of 4K visual industry technology”

National Centre for Research and Development

This project is co-financed from the funds of the National Centre for Research and Development. Its value is PLN 1,693,750, of which PLN 1,248,750 is co-financed by the European Union under the European Regional Development Fund.

render engine

The aim of the project is to create a modern rendering engine using both the CPU and GPU, which will be built to optimally cooperate with the supercomputer.

modern research

The rendering engine is a response to the demand for the quality and speed of 3D graphics rendering with full use of hardware facilities and will compete with the other rendering engines on the Polish and global market.

idea

The idea is based on full use of modern and highly efficient computer infrastructure, i.e. a supercomputer in the process of rendering and profiling the engine not for a single computer but for a computational cluster.

project results

As a result of the project, Copernicus Computing will create the first in Poland and one of the first in the world rendering engine based on CPU and GPU.

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