PNNL Buys 8.3-Teraflop HP Computer For Computational Biology Research | GenomeWeb

While news of the “preliminary” approval of Hewlett-Packard’s proposed Compaq merger may have overshadowed it, HP closed a significant deal last week in its bid to earn respect in the high-performance computing market for life sciences. The DOE’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory agreed to purchase a $24.5 million HP Linux-based supercomputer for its Molecular Sciences Computing Facility.

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