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Short Take: Cray supercomputer to power Arctic research

The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center has signed a $3 million contract to buy a 32-processor SV1 supercomputer with later memory and processor enhancements, Cray said. The center, used by the Defense Department and academic researchers, will use the supercomputer to study atmospheric, Earth science and environmental sciences in the Arctic, the company said.

The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center has signed a $3 million contract to buy a 32-processor SV1 supercomputer with later memory and processor enhancements, Cray said. The center, used by the Defense Department and academic researchers, will use the supercomputer to study atmospheric, Earth science and environmental sciences in the Arctic, the company said.