U of Chicago Purchases 150-Teraflop Cray Supercomputer to Speed Biomedical Research | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Last week, the Computation Institute, a joint initiative between the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, announced that it had purchased a 150-teraflop, 18,000-core Cray XE6 supercomputer dubbed "Beagle" that it will use for computation, simulation, and data analysis in basic, translational, and clinical research projects.

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