Lenovo partner in £4m supercomputer deal with university

Marian McHugh
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New compute facility will be provided by Lenovo

The University of Birmingham has won £4m to develop a high performance compute (HPC) system via its framework partner OCF. The system will be provided by Lenovo via OCF, which will support the l...

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