A $60 million deal for Cornell's high-performance computer program. (Technology Update).
A new Theory Center unit, CTC High-Performance Solutions, will work with businesses and other users, offering consulting services and training on how to rewrite software to take advantage of parallel computing. Other services will include executive and technical briefings and support of a TechExchange consortium.
Thomas F. Coleman, CTC director and Cornell computer scientist says, "With our expanded alliance and combined strengths, we can show companies, government agencies and academic institutions how to expand their computing environment, while reducing their overall information technology budget."
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|Title Annotation:||Dell, Intel, Microsoft in agreement with Cornell Theory Center|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Nov 1, 2002|
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