Case Study - Queen's University

In scientific research, it’s all about having the fastest, most advanced systems to achieve dramatic breakthroughs

Queen’s University Belfast is using state-of-the-art cluster-based servers as part of its mission to help researchers achieve dramatic breakthroughs.

Each day at Queen’s, researchers face tasks that require computationally intensive calculations. With its large onchip cache and massively parallel architecture, the processor system used excels in computational analysis.

“In scientific research, it’s all about having the fastest, most advanced systems to accelerate research,” says Ricky Rankin, principal analyst within Information Services of Queen’s University Belfast.

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This was last published in April 2006

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