NCSA 30 | 2001 September
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September 2001

Advanced Computation Building gets bigger

On Wednesday, Sept. 5, more than 500 people came to ACB on the U of I campus to officially open the two-story, 18,029-square-foot addition to the building, dedicate NCSA's first Itanium-based Linux cluster, and celebrate the beginning of the TeraGrid project. NCSA Director Dan Reed, University of Illinois President James Stukel, Gadi Singer of Intel, David Turek of IBM, Wes Kaplow of Qwest, and Tom Garritano...

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