"IBM on Wednesday announced it had sold a supercomputer based on
Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit processors to pharmaceutical giant
Bristol-Meyers Squib, giving a boost to AMD's Opteron
"The supercomputer, a cluster of 64 IBM eServer 325 machines
running Linux, each packing a pair of Opteron processors, will be
used by Bristol-Meyer for drug and healthcare treatment research,
said the two companies..."
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