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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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The Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's IBM BlueGene Q system has produced numerous benefits for the university, its faculty, and students says Christopher D.
Last year, a research team led by Modha had used the BlueGene supercomputer to simulate a mouse's brain, comprising 55m neurons and some half a trillion synapses.
IBM is also supplying a BlueGeneL supercomputer to Livermore, which is modeled after its own BlueGene system being used to model DNA folding in its Life Science division.
Force10 powers three of the top six IBM BlueGene supercomputers at Forschungszentrum Julich ((#)2), the New York Center for Computational Sciences at Stony Brook/Brookhaven National Laboratory ((#)10) and the Computational Center for Nanotechnology Innovations at Renssalear Polytechnic Institute ((#)12).
The Force10 TeraScale E-Series is part of Forschungszentrum Julich's newest IBM BlueGene supercomputer.
With our new BlueGene supercomputer, we are providing scientists throughout Europe with leading edge computing capabilities for computer simulations in a wide range of scientific areas," said Professor Dr.
The Force10 TeraScale E-Series also plays an important role in two newly ranked IBM BlueGene deployments at the New York Center for Computational Science at Stony Brook University / Brookhaven National Lab (ranked 5) and the Computational Center for Nanotechnology Innovations at Renssalear Polytechnic Institute (ranked 7).
It has a long history of innovating on behalf of society, and in recent years has launched a series of major research initiatives designed to overcome many of the remaining "grand challenges" of science, including the Deep Blue chess-playing computer and unraveling the mysteries of protein folding with BlueGene, the world's fastest supercomputer.
The photographer was Becka Wigton with BlueGenes Photography in Jackson.
WISTER GARDENS * BELZONI, MISSISSIPPI * BLUEGENES PHOTOGRAPHY
For the Swinging Bluegenes had been the pioneers of what would later be known as the Mersey Sound, thumping out vaudevillian numbers with a jazzy feel.
During a Swinging Bluegenes Guest Night at The Cavern, they introduced the Beatles, fresh back from Hamburg, to huge applause and realised that they had serious rivals.