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New York University Taps IBM Supercomputer to Help Solve the Mysteries of the Sea
Posted by: Jordi on Tuesday, August 09, 2005 - 03:12 PM
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IBM today announced that New York University (NYU) has installed and begun to make use of a new IBM eServer™ BladeCenter®-based computing system capable of peak performance of 4.5 TeraFlops. According to the TOP500 List, a ranking of supercomputers published at www.top500.org, NYU’s supercomputer is the fastest in New York City and the 117th fastest supercomputer in the world.
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