Washington -- Sept. 5, 2007 -- The Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA) and Dell announced today an agreement to expand SURAgrid, a high-performance grid computing infrastructure for the research and education community throughout the Southeastern U.S.

Under the three-year agreement, more than 60 SURAgrid member universities will be able to purchase a Dell high performance computing cluster (HPCC) specially configured for use on the SURAgrid. Dell and SURA worked together to configure the Linux-based clusters running on Dell PowerEdge servers. The clusters will be built at Dell?s HPCC Merge Center, where the servers will be racked,...

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