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Fujitsu and UAM Make a Difference with Supercomputing PlatformMaking a DifferenceFujitsu and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid create ground-breaking supercomputing platform.Challenges• Improve society: Use Fujitsu’s industry-leading position and expertise to drive life-enhancing high-performance computing (HPC) research projects.• Optimize technology: Help Spanish organizations struggling with limited budgets to make the most of technology investments.• Help scientists: Researchers at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid needed a new HPC solution with greater performance, scalability, and compatibility.Solutions• Careful research: Fujitsu spent time with the university team to understand its strategic and technical requirements.• Powerful processors: Fujitsu recommended Fujitsu PRIMERGY* RX200 S7 servers powered by Intel® Xeon® processors E5-2670.• Optimized environment: Using Intel® architecture-based software development tools, the university-made sure key research applications maintained strong performance.Technology results• Research power: The high-performance hardware and software platform gives complex scientific applications and processes a significant boost.• User friendly: The platform integrated easily with the existing operating system and applications to keep the user experience seamless during migration.Read the full Fujitsu and UAM Make a Difference with Supercomputing Platform Case Study.
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