Purdue and IU become computing teammates

December 2, 2008

Purdue University is adding to what is already the world's largest science-focused distributed computing system with the addition of computers from athletics rival, but longtime computing and research collaborator, Indiana University. IU is linking nearly 5,000 computers from its research pool to Purdue's national computing grid, which is known as Diagrid. Notre Dame, Indiana State University and Purdue's Calumet regional campus are already contributors in the effort in the Hoosier state.

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Originally posted: December 2, 2008