Dell Inc. will build a high-performance computing cluster for the University of Texas at Austin that is just the latest in a recent string of Linux-powered clusters, Dell announced Friday.
The Round Rock, Texas, company plans to unveil the 300-node cluster during an event at the Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC) featuring Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael Dell at the university he briefly attended before dropping out to found his company.
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