Leuven university to get new supercomputer in 2016

Wednesday 18 November 2015 | 10:50 CET | News
Belgian university KU Leuven will start using a new supercomputer next year, Datanews reports. The Hercules foundation of the Flemish government will contribute EUR 5.5 million to building the cluster with 600 teraflops per second of computing power at a data centre in Heverlee. NEC and Intel are suppliers on the contract. The new computer will be four times faster than the current top machine in the region, at the University of Ghent. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: Intel / NEC
Countries: Belgium
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