October 20, 2009

ANU Plans $50M Supercomputer Spend

Suzanne Tindal

National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), part of the Australian National University (ANU), is working towards a contract with the Federal Government that will see $50 million spent on a new datacentre and supercomputer by 2012. The computer’s main purpose is to enable climate change modelling and research, but it will be available for various projects in universities as well as institutions such as the Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO.

Full story at ZDNet Australia