Council on Competitiveness to Unveil Study Showing University Supercomputing Centers Are National Treasures; Study Shows National Science Foundation Supercomputing Centers Give Industry the Platform to Make Breakthrough Discoveries
The Council on Competitiveness will release a pioneering
study of a National Science Foundation (NSF) program that
helped U.S. businesses leverage the supercomputing resources
of the federal government. Forty businesses participated in
the study, which paired them with NSF-funded supercomputer
centers around the country. All of the businesses reported the
partnerships helped boost innovation and their ability to
compete globally. Industry participants said they view the NSF
supercomputing resources as national treasures that can be
leveraged to help American companies increase their
competitive edge in the global economy.
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