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Researchers at Arizona State University's High Performance Computing Initiative (HPCI) need world-class computing resources to address complex research problems, from identifying the optical effects of the jet stream over observatories to understanding the effects of environmental transport on global and regional scales. In building its primary High-Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, the HPCI team selected Intel Xeon processors to deliver the performance researchers require within their budget. HPCI engineers also adopted Intel software tools to optimize the performance of research applications on the Intel architecture.
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