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Blue Gene

An IBM research project located at Argonne National Laborator, which is dedicated to exploring the frontiers in supercomputing: in computer architecture, in the software required to program and control massively parallel systems, and in the use of computation to advance the understanding of important biological processes, such as protein folding.
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In a recent benchmark, ASPEED demonstrated the ease of adaptation of financial applications to Blue Gene and the potential performance impact to trading applications.
The Blue Gene line of supercomputers received a Presidential Medal of Technology and Innovation from President Obama in 2009.
of the Blue Gene Project and National Geographic Genographic Project -- Elaine Jones, Allen Institute for Brain Science -- Ann Bunnenberg, Ph.
HOUSTON, March 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Rice University and IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a partnership to build the first award-winning IBM Blue Gene supercomputer in Texas.
The joint research team will exploit the use of IBM's Blue Gene supercomputer, the world's fastest supercomputer technology, and have access to Scripps Research's new state-of-the-art biomedical research facility, Scripps Florida, in Palm Beach County.
The IBM Blue Gene supercomputer, housed in the Hill Center for Mathematics on Rutgers' Busch Campus in Piscataway, will be the only supercomputer available to commercial users in the state.
Power Architecture technology is at the forefront of the world's leading computing devices from Blue Gene, the world's most powerful supercomputer(1), to enterprise systems, automobiles and all of the leading video game platforms," said Dr.
In comparing customer-reported HPC Challenge results for three large-scale systems of about the same size, an 1,100-processor Cray XT3 supercomputer had the best scores on seven of the 10 "condensed results" tests, compared to an SGI Altix 3700 system with 1,008 processors and an IBM Blue Gene system with 1,024 processors.
Next generation Blue Gene prototype judged most efficient by Green500.
Using IBM's Blue Gene supercomputing simulations, researchers at IBM and the University of Edinburgh are currently collaborating on lab experiments to design drugs aimed at preventing the spread of the HIV virus.
Based on next generation IBM Blue Gene, the 10 petaflop "Mira" supercomputer will fuel national innovation
Next Generation of Tech Talent to Experience the POWER of Programming on IBM's Blue Gene Supercomputer