Tower writes: "Compaq Computer (Digital) and the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center have won a $36 million contract to build a 2,728-processor supercomputer using 1.1 GHz EV68 processors in a 682 node Beowulf setup. Check it out here." This is a different machine than this one: That one was supposed to be used to calculate nuclear explosions, this one will be used by the National Science Foundation to work on biophysics, global climate change, astrophysics and materials science, according to the article.
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