HPC research silos going extinct

Get ready for a lot fewer arguments over chip design among scientists who are not electrical engineers.

High-Performance Computing: High-Performance Happy

Traditionally, the high-performance computing systems used to conduct research at universities have amounted to silos of technology scattered across the campus and falling under the purview of the researchers themselves. But a growing number of universities are now taking over the management of those systems and creating central HPC environments

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