The University of Groningen Pushes the boundaries of scientific research with a high performance computing solution from IBM

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Published on March 6, 2014

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Learn how The University of Groningen Pushes the boundaries of scientific research with a high performance computing solution from IBM. IBM GPFS was chosen as the file system layer for the storage infrastructure at Target.
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