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Supercomputing Consortium Adds Flexibility, Improves Usability With New HPC System

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Executive Summary

CASPUR, a computing consortium in Rome, wanted to improve the usability of its High-Performance Computing (HPC) center for Italy's research community, so it adopted a pilot cluster that runs the Windows HPC Server 2008 operating system. Researchers now have an easier HPC option that is more compatible with their scientific software and provides accelerated data processing of more than two orders of magnitude over single-processor systems.

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