Supercomputer quietly puts U.S. weather resources back on top


24 Feb 2016 Reston - According to Doyle Rice in USA Today, the brand-new Cray supercomputer designed, owned and operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) quietly puts U.S. weather resources back on top. NOAA installed the supercomputer in Reston and its backup twin in Orlando, a safe distance away in case of a natural disaster, late last year. For weather forecasting they put American forecasting systems back on par or even above European ones, writes Doyle Rice.
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