- Published on Monday, 27 August 2007 20:00
- Written by Douglas Eadline
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A new cluster is taking shape at the University of Nebraska, Omaha. The system will be housed in the New Holland Computing Center at the Peter Kiewit Institute and will employ 1151 Dell quad-core (Barcelona) AMD Opteron servers (dual socket) for a total of 9,208 cores. This system is by far the largest Dell/AMD cluster to date and it is slated to be the first large scale dual boot system in existence -- Linux and Windows CSS.
There are job opportunities as well, in addition to MPI coders, they are searching for a Director of Research & Development, Advanced Computing Systems. Contact Jim Skirvin, Executive Director Holland Computing Center for more information -- jim.skirvin (you what to put here) pki.nebraska.edu