Appro for weapons labs

Appro has been selected to deliver its Xtreme-X high-performance computing clusters to three National Nuclear Security Administration weapons laboratories: the Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories. The TLCC07 program represents a multimillion-dollar contract between Lawrence Livermore and Appro to provide scalable Linux high-performance clusters with as much as 438 trillion floating-point operations/sec in 21 scalable units (SU), with an option for an additional 10 SU, 200 teraflops of computing power to be deployed in eight separate Linux clusters at the three sites.


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