Cornell University

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a university in Ithaca, New York

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Enter the PVS/DX System at the Cornell Theory Center.
The delivery of a single standard Windows stack for InfiniBand technology will mark a major milestone for the InfiniBand industry," said David Lifka, Cornell Theory Center chief technical officer.
Over the last two years Force10 has significantly increased its presence in research and national laboratory environments, including the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA), the California Institute of Technology, the San Diego Supercomputer Center, Argonne National Laboratory and the Cornell Theory Center.
the Cornell Theory Center deployed the E-Series in the world's fastest Windows-based supercomputer, which ranks 194 on the list of the top 500 most powerful computer systems.
The computing power and storage capacity of the Unisys equipment enhances Cornell's ability to conduct innovative research," said David Likfa, chief technology officer at the Cornell Theory Center (CTC).
And research environments such as TeraGrid, the Cornell Theory Center (CTC) and Lawrence Berkeley Labs are increasing processing power with the E-Series.
As 10 Gigabit Ethernet adoption grows beyond the research and laboratory environments, Force10 continues to expand its customer base, which includes MCI, the Department of Homeland Security, NASA, NTT-ME, Veritas DGC and the Cornell Theory Center.
Force10 recently announced that the Cornell Theory Center at Cornell University has deployed Force10's E-Series switch/routers in its newest high performance cluster, ranked among world's top supercomputers.
Force10 Networks today announced that the Cornell Theory Center (CTC) at Cornell University has deployed the Force10 E1200 in its newest high performance cluster, which recently ranked 68 among the world's top supercomputers.
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