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National Computer Center for Higher Education (France)

 

National Computer Center for Higher Education (France)

The Jade SGI Altix supercomputer at CINES

The National Computer Center of Higher Education (CINES) (Centre informatique national de l'enseignement supérieur) offers computer services for research and higher education in France.[1][2]

The center was established in Montpellier in 1999 and has two goals: to provide high performance computing facilities and to act as a data repository for permanent archiving.

See also

Sources

  1. ^ CINES website
  2. ^ Advances in Computers: Computer Performance Issues by Marvin V. Zelkowitz 2009 ISBN 0-12-374810-0 page 79

External links

  • CINES homepage


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