China s Rice Sequencing Project Gets a Much-Needed Boost from SGI Supercomputer | GenomeWeb

SGI recently finished installing a 32-processor SGI Origin 800 system in Shanghai at the Chinese Academy of Science’s National Center for Gene Research (NCGR), said to have cost about $400,000.

The deal, in addition to the main 3800 server, includes 10 sets of FP1600W and a 4 TB TP9100 FC RAID. The new system complements an SGI O2 and Octane equipment already in use at the center.

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