Coding and Cryptography Computer Cluster (CCCC)

This page describes the activities of the Coding and Cryptography Computer Cluster (CCCC) at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. The cluster belongs to the Coding and Cryptography group which is part of the Eindhoven Institute for the Protection of Systems and Information (EIPSI).

So, here is the main character of this page: cluster room

Current project

The cluster is running full time on breaking ECC2K-130, an elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem on a curve over F2131. Some details are in ePrint Archive Report 2009/466 .

Past projects

The cluster

The Coding and Cryptography Computer Cluster is a a ten-node cluster of conventional desktop PCs. Each node has an Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 CPU with a clock rate of 2.40GHz and direct fully cached access to 8GB of RAM. Each computer has a 750GB Western Digital SATA hard disk. The nodes are connected via switched Gigabit Ethernet using Marvell PCI-E adapter cards.
Last modified: Fri Oct 23 00:56:40 CEST 2009 by Tanja