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International conference a showcase for Purdue's economical research technologies

November 11, 2010

Purdue University is using the world's largest supercomputing conference to showcase its technologies that make more research computing power available for less money, enlist idle office and lab computers for research, and make computational research tools easier to use. The projects - the Community Cluster Program, DiaGrid and HUBzero - have earned Purdue a reputation for developing economical technology for university research and education. The technology will be highlighted in the Purdue booth at the SC10 conference in New Orleans. The conference runs Monday (Nov. 15) through Nov. 19.
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