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Tomsk State University (Russia)
Photo: Tomsk State University [Nov 6, 2006]
Tomsk State University (Russia)

Taiwan-based Tyan Computer and Chenbro Micom were chosen as component suppliers for a new supercomputer project in Tomsk, Russia, which is expected to become the fastest across not only in the country, but in Eastern Europe as a whole and all countries of the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) region, which includes most former USSR republics.

Powered by Intel Xeon processors and the Microsoft Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 operating system (OS), the cluster will be installed at Russia's Tomsk State University.

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