The Research Cluster Grant from Silicon Mechanics

Award of two complete High-Performance Computing Clusters utilizing the latest Intel processors and NVIDIA GPUs

Silicon Mechanics, an industry-leading provider of server, storage and high-performance computing solutions, is dedicated to building relationships and collaborating with faculty and researchers at universities and related research institutions.
The Research Cluster Grant (RCG) program is open to all United States and Canadian qualified post-secondary institutions, university-affiliated research institutions, non-profit research institutions, and researchers at federal labs with university affiliations. Submissions will be reviewed for merit and related impacts.  Further details on the grant rules and the technical specifications of the cluster itself are available on Research Cluster Grant website.
You can learn more about how the 2015 Research Cluster Grant recipients, Dordt College and City College of New York, are making productive use of their computational and storage technology resources to power their research efforts by visiting Silicon Mechanics website. 

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