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AHPCRC Heads West

by Addison Snell
for Intersect360 Research (originally published under the Tabor Research name)
Jun 26, 2007

AHPCRC Heads West: Who Wins, Who Loses?

After 17 years in partnership with the University of Minnesota (and others), the Army High Performance Computing Research Center has relocated to Stanford. Tabor Research analyzes the decisions behind the move as we look at AHPCRC's westward journey.

A university-industry-government consortium led by Stanford University recently won a $105 million, five-year contract with the U.S. Army to assume the management of the Army High Performance Computing Research Center (AHPCRC). The AHPCRC is an on-going collaboration to improve Army military technology and basic research through the application of High Performance Computing (HPC). From its inception in 1989 until April of this year, the AHPCRC had been managed by Network Computing Services, Inc. (NCSI) and the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis (UM).

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