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November 9th, 2004

RIKEN Bases New Protein Modeling Solution on SGI Altix 350 System

Abstract:
Using a 16-processor SGI(R)Altix(R) 350 system from Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI) as a cost-effective
compute engine, Japan's Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN)this week is demonstrating a new molecular dynamics simulation solution at the Supercomputing Conference 2004.

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