New computer cluster to aid Baylor research
By next spring, Baylor should have in place a new high-performance computer system that will aid University researchers in their own work and in collaborations with other universities.
Put simply, the new system from Hewlett Packard is 35 times faster than what is currently in place, and about 1,000 times faster than your average personal computer. Work that would previously have taken five days will soon take only one — an advantage that should not only help current Baylor researchers, but also may help the University attract new professors.
Sic ’em, researchers!