By all measures, Indiana University continues to lead in supercomputing technologies that enable science, research, and education. 2016 furthers that journey with IU’s new Big Red II+ supercomputer, the work of its Global Research Network Operations Center, and the many grant-funded research projects that benefit the nation.

This week, IU’s work will be on display at SC16, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis taking place November 13-18 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

SC16 is one of the world’s foremost tech events, attracting thousands of scientists, researchers, and IT experts from across the world each year....

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