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UCAR Update

September 2005

 

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In brief
New machine to boost computing capacity for SCD users
Reminders from last issue

 
 
 
 

New machine to boost computing capacity for SCD users
The Scientific Computing Division, part of NCAR's Computational Science and Information Systems Laboratory, took delivery of a new IBM p5-575 supercomputer named "bluevista" on 27 August. The new system, based on IBM's POWER5 processor and High-Performance Switch technology, will nearly double the number of computational cycles available to users.

SCD plans to make bluevista available for allocation and use by the university and NCAR communities and the Climate Simulation Laboratory on 1 January 2006.

Contact: Ginger Caldwell, NCAR/SCD, 303-497-1229
SCD News announcement

 
 

Reminders from last issue

Information on NCAR 2006 strategic plan is online

VSP seeks coastal landscape modeler for NOAA initiative
Deadline: 30 September

Visiting scientist openings at GFDL
Deadline: 1 November

2006 NOAA Climate and Global Change Postdoctoral Program
Deadline: 15 January 2006

 
 

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