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Keeneland Project Deploys New GPU Supercomputing System for the National Science Foundation
November 14, 2012
Georgia Tech, along with partner research organizations on the Keeneland Project including the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the National Institute for Computational Sciences and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, announced today that the project has completed installation and acceptance of the Keeneland Full Scale System.
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