Canadians to Fire Up Sun-powered ACENet

Post secondary research institutes in Canada’s Atlantic provinces are about to join their counterparts in Ontario, British Columbia and Québec by establishing a high-performance computing cluster featuring advanced collaboration tools:
“Graham Mowbray, executive director, said the first phase of ACENet, which will probably take a year, includes building everything from computer rooms and running fibre to the clusters and using Sun grid tools to tie SMP machines together. The second phase will be populating the compute nodes with more processors. By 2006-2007, phase three will be dedicated to innovation, he said.”
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