The University of Oklahoma powered up its new Boomer supercomputer today. The 109-Teraflop Dell system will power a variety of research with emphasis on weather forecasting, molecular dynamics and high-energy physics.
For the past decade, OU has been a national leader in supporting the computational research and education needs of local students, faculty and staff,” said Henry Neeman, Director of the OU Supercomputing Center for Education and Research. “We’re extremely proud to expand a great tradition with this fourth generation OU IT supercomputer, which will enhance research capabilities by connecting scientific collaborators throughout the state and nation.”
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