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National Center for Supercomputing Applications - Wikipedia, the ...

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The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) is an American state-federal ... NCSA is one of the five original centers in the National Science Foundation's Supercomputer Centers Pr...

The Internet - The Launch of NSFNET

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In 1997, NSF restructured the supercomputer centers program and funded the ... more than twenty-five times the speed of CSNET, and connecting existing regional ... The T3 upgrade, like the original network implementation, deployed new ...

National Science Foundation Network (NSFNET) - HPwren

hpwren.ucsd.edu/~hwb/NSFNET/NSFNET-200711Summary/

General Atomics -- San Diego Supercomputer Center, SDSC; University of Illinois at ... Two new NSF-funded network infrastructure activities extended to the ... Original 8" floppy disks for the 56kbps NSFNET backbone nodes ... 701 lan0 129.140.4 129.140.17.17 UG 0 0 lan0 129.140.5 129.140.17.13 UG 0 0 lan0 129.140.6 ...

Overview of the Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing ...

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Models for High Performance Computing Centers,” May 3-5, 2010, Cornell University ... CTC began in 1985 as one of the five original NSF-funded supercomputing centers and as such ... deployment of the nation's first Dell supercomputer.

the internet - Department of Computer Science

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The NSF desired to make these supercomputer centers available to the ... The National Science Foundation funded a 56 Kbps network linking these five original.

Evolution of the Internet - Cisco

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... centers. The original links were 56 Kbps. ... SESQUINET, SURANet, NCAR ( National Center of Atmospheric Research), and five NSF supercomputer centers.

The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment

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XSEDE is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). As a project, XSEDE is a five-year, $121 million grant award made by the NSF to the National Center ... succeeded the NSF supercomputer center program that began in the 1980s.

Steps Toward a National Research Telecommunications Network

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computer programs, including supercomputer programs, over the ... torate at the National Science Foundation. Modern science ... entific Computing, which funded five centers for ... speed (56 Kbits/sec) of the original ARPAnet (circa. 1972) ...

Facilities | Division of Nutritional Sciences :: University of Illinois

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The Center opened in 1986 as one of the five original National Science Foundation Supercomputer Centers. ... apply the power of supercomputers, grid technologies, and advanced visualization environments ... technical level, who are engaged actively in well-funded clinical, physiological, cellular and molecular research.

Appendix A: Supercomputer Centers - Princeton University

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The National Supercomputer Centers. In February ... four remaining NSF centers are described briefly below. .... puting initiative established five new supercomputer .... Original funding for the center and the Cray X-MP ... to finance the center.

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What is supercomputer center? - Definition from WhatIs.com

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On October 1, 1997, the five supercomputer centers were replaced by two new NSF-funded programs. The new program, Partnerships for Advanced ...

Reflections On The NSF Supercomputer Center Program - Larry Smarr

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Dec 2, 2009 ... Reflections on the NSF Supercomputer Center Program ... first five years of the centers program a two orders of magnitude increase, .... Good things happened was the flexibility that was inherently part of the original SC ... successes of the first decade could occur in the centers as they are funded and.

A supercomputer for the 'long tail' of science - Phys.org

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Oct 20, 2015 ... The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of ... SDSC's new Comet supercomputer, a petascale cluster funded by the NSF, is designed to run as many as 10,000 research jobs simultaneously. ... in 1985, as one of NSF's original supercomputer centers," Kurose said. ... May 27, 2016 5 ...