Technical University of Denmark acquires new supercomputer  

DTU is installing a supercomputer that will increase calculation power 10-fold

Computerworld reports that the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is installing a new supercomputer which will increase DTU's calculation capacity ten-fold. One of the five fastest in Europe, the supercomputer will enable the researchers at DTU to undertake fundamental research in metallurgy and biochemistry. The installation, requiring 3 kilometers of network cabling, comprises 480 linked PCs each equipped with a 2.26 GHz Pentium IV processor. The system's power consumption is around 50 kW.


The new DTU supercomputer has been financed by the Danish Center for Scientific Computing (DCSC) which operates under the aegis of the Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation.

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