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September 13th, 2007
Further demonstrating its position as a national leader in high-performance computing, the University of Arkansas has received an $803,306 equipment grant from the National Science Foundation to purchase and assemble the university's second supercomputer. The new machine will be among the fastest supercomputers in all U.S. academic institutions.
The computer will enable new and ongoing projects in computer science, physics, chemistry and other areas. Perhaps more importantly, by connecting to networks and other high-performance computers, the supercomputer will significantly augment the state's computing infrastructure and facilitate collaboration among researchers at other institutions within the University of Arkansas System.
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