Our group is equipped with a Beowulf cluster. It consists of 56 dual processor nodes, connected through a 100 Mbit network. The operating system is Fedora Linux, and the installed software includes up-to-date Intel Fortran 90 and GNU C++/g77 compilers, PV-WAVE, ROOT, PAW analysis packages, LATEX and OpenOffice word processors.
CONDOR batch system and support for LAM/MPI application allows effective utilization of cluster resources:
Server: 1Gb RAM, 2x Athlon 2600+, shared 1.5Tb raid array
We have 21 licenses of the PV-WAVE software. PV-WAVE is a program that can be used heavily for visualization and analysis of data. It has been used in many fields of science (mainly physics and engineering) and has a very good track record. It can be used on different platforms (Windows or Linux) and works in command-line or graphic environments. For more information about PV-WAVE you can visit the vendor's site: http://www.vni.com/index.html.
ROOT - a free platform independent analysis tool developed at CERN.
Very sutable for processing huge amount of data. Project home page http://root.cern.ch.