Today our HPC cluster reached just over 100,000 computational hours. 99.993% of these jobs were real work, not testing by support staff. It took only 7064 jobs to reach this total, averaging about 14 hours per job. In 12 months we've grown the cluster from 1 user and 12 cores to 36 users across 12 departments, 188 cores and 30 specialized science packages. We're hoping to surpass the 200 core mark by the end of May.