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The HPCx Consortium, namely UoE HPCX Ltd, is led by the University of Edinburgh, with the Science & Technology Facilities Council and IBM. The project is funded by EPSRC
EPCC, which will provide the University of Edinburgh contribution, has a long experience of national HPC services. It provided the T3D/T3E service from 1994 to 2001, and before that, services on a Thinking Machines CM200, and Meiko Computing Surfaces. It continues to be a major centre for HPC support and training. EPCC is currently accepting applications for its EPSRC-funded MSc in HPC.
The Computational Science and Engineering Department at STFC Daresbury Laboratory has for many years worked closely with research groups throughout the UK through many projects, including EPSRC's Collaborative Computational Projects, and has unmatched expertise in porting and optimising large scientific codes.
The partners see the HPCX service as a natural development of their experience into the future.
We would be grateful if users would use this text to acknowledge their use of HPCx in publications.
IBM Press Release: UK Science extends to new fields of research with HPCx IBM announces third and final phase of UK National Academic Supercomputer HPCx complete. 8/11/2006
HPC-UK Ltd Press Release: New consortium aims to give the UK a world lead in research using High-Performance ComputingThe new consortium links CCLRC and Edinburgh and Manchester Universities. 20/9/2005
EPSRC Press Release: UK Researchers and IBM to push back frontiers of science and engineering with biggest and fastest academic computer in Europe. UK Researchers and IBM to push back frontiers of science and engineering with biggest and fastest academic computer in Europe. 19/7/02
EPCC Press Release: Edinburgh leads in new approach to research. The University of Edinburgh is becoming Europe's leading centre in the emerging field of computational research, with facilities comparable to the best in the United States 25/7/02
CCLRC Press Release: New £53 million high performance computing service to be located at the CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory. One of the world's most advanced high performance computing centres is to be built at the CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory in Cheshire. 15/7/02
The provider of the HPCx service is UoE HPCX Ltd, a company incorporated in Scotland (registered number: SC226350). Its registered office is at:
UoE HPCX Ltd,
Edinburgh EH8 9YL
The best address for ordinary correspondence is:
UoE HPCX Ltd,
The University of Edinburgh,
James Clerk Maxwell Building,
Edinburgh EH9 3JZ
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