Texas supercomputer project to use Intel's Xeon processors

09/27/2011 | Computerworld

The "Stampede" supercomputer to be built at the Texas Advanced Computing Center will use eight-core Xeon processors from Intel and the chipmaker's Many Integrated Core architecture. The National Science Foundation is providing $27.5 million in initial funding for the project, which will be located at the Austin, Texas-based supercomputer center and is scheduled to begin operating in early 2013.

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