IBM Selected to Build Supercomputer for Korea Institute of Science Technology | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 23 – IBM said Friday that it will build a supercomputer for the Korea Institute of Science Technology as part of a $27 million agreement to boost high performance computing capabilities for life and physical sciences calculations.

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