Dell has sold six supercomputer clusters to Brigham Young University.
Dell has sold six supercomputer clusters to Brigham Young University, the company said Tuesday. The systems have between 11 and 217 dual-processor machines each for a total of 682 Intel-based Dell PowerEdge 1850 and PowerEdge 1855 blade servers. The nodes of the large cluster are connected with high-speed InfiniBand networking gear from Cisco.
The systems will be used for mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering; industrial design and rendering; agricultural research; chemical analysis; and at BYUs business school, for advanced statistical modeling, Dell said.