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Argonne Lab Taking Next Steps To Exascale Computing

Government sponsored research focuses on barriers to massive parallel processing.

Argonne National Laboratory's Argo program manager, Pete Beckman. (Photo: Argonne National Laboratory.)
Argonne National Laboratory's Argo program manager, Pete Beckman. (Photo: Argonne National Laboratory.)

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11/26/2013 | 1:04:40 PM
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Argonne and the other national labs have the best and brightest minds and are true assets in R & D. They all have very innovative tech that needs to be commercialized.  I am excited about the exascale computing potential.
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