Japan Leases Supercomputers for Tokyo University s Human Genome Center | GenomeWeb

TOKYO--Systems installed recently at the supercomputing facility of the Human Genome Center here make the center one of the largest configurations for genome analysis in the world, according to Toshihisa Takagi, a professor at the center. Leased at a monthly cost of 100 million yen, the equipment includes two 128-processor Cray Origin2000 systems, a Hitachi SR2201, and a Sun Ultra Enterprize 10000.

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