Microsoft has released an overview of several academic institutions that have most recently purchased clusters running Microsoft Compute Cluster 2003 in order to perform continued research this summer. LSU, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Arizona, Florida, Iowa, Nebraska at Omaha, North Carolina at Charlotte and Washington have all made the list.
With this easy-to-use platform, these universities are efficiently and cost-effectively developing and deploying the HPC systems their talented researchers need and expect,” said
Anthony Salcito, general manager, U.S. Enterprise Education at Microsoft. “Our Microsoft team is working side-by-side with universities to make advanced server technologies available to university researchers who are creating solutions to some of society’s greatest challenges.”
I’m going to go over each and every research project, so you’ll have to read the full release to find out more.