PMI Center Makes High-Performance Computers Available to Campus Users
Posted February 11, 2000; 09:33 a.m.
The Princeton Materials Institute has established a computational facility with funding from the Keck Foundation, the National Science Foundation and University sources. The center features state-of-the-art IBM SP and SGI Origin 2000 computers, each with 64 processors and 32 G-bytes of memory. Access to these high-performance computers is available to members of the University community at nominal cost. Contact Bill Wichser at email@example.com for further information.