Sao Paulo University selects Sun to power compute cluster In Latin America

Friday 20 June 2008 | 07:49 CET | News
Sao Paulo University has chosen Sun Microsystems to power the computing cluster in Latin America which will span across seven different sites in Sao Paulo State. The UNESP Computer Capacity Integration compute cluster based on Sun Microsystems technology will give research groups in the University access to the processing capacity and data storage capacity to be used for particle physics, genetics, meteorology, medicine and other areas of scientific investigation. The central cluster of systems, which will be installed at the new UNESP campus in Barra Funda in Sao Paulo, will have 2048

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Categories: IT
Companies: Sun Microsystems
Countries: Latin America
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