ComputerWeekly: 64-bit Linux Powers Drug Research at Cambridge
Jul 20, 2004, 22:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A £7.5m Cambridge University drugs research institute has
adopted a Linux-driven 64-bit computing system to handle data on
tablet formulation and drug doses.
"The Pfizer Institute, a collaboration between the University of
Cambridge, the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre and drugs
company Pfizer, has installed a Beowulf high-performance computing
cluster based on dual Intel Itanium 2 processors within an
eight-node HP Integrity rx2600 system..."