The Australian edition of Computerworld has an article describing the closure of the ‘Australian Partnership for Advanced Computing’ (APAC) supercomputing programme and its legacy on the Australian supercomputing scene. According to the article, the success of APAC has informed the creation of the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS), into which APAC is now subsumed.
The end of APAC – but a strong legacy for Australian supercomputing
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