NCSA 30 | 1998 February
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February 1998

NT supercluster debuts

In 1998, Andrew Chien, then a professor in the University of Illinois Department of Computer Science and a member of the Alliance Parallel Computing Team, and his research group worked with staff from NCSA to construct a 256-processor Windows NT supercluster for high-performance computing research. The supercluster consisted of 32 Compaq and 96 Hewlett Packard Windows NT PC workstations. These 128 workstations, connected by a...

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