Training to climb an Everest of digital data


Google and IBM are offering help to universities to get students to cope with vast amounts of data, reports the New York Times. For the most part, university students have used rather modest computing systems to support their studies. They are learning to collect and manipulate information on personal computers or what are known as clusters, where computer servers are cabled together to form a larger computer. But even these

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