Virginia Tech moves supercomputer to Xserve G5

Talk about conserving space!
Virginia Polytechnic and State University made headlines late last year as they raced to build a supercomputer based on Apple's G5 desktop processor. Now, just months after the 1,100-node Terascale Computing Facility was completed, Virginia Tech has made the decision to move the supercomputer to Apple's 1U rackmount server, the Xserve G5.
Source: MacCentral

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