Montana State University's new supercomputer
17 Oct 2015 Bozeman - Bozeman Daily Chronicle runs a story on the Montana State University's new supercomputer. MSUs Hyalite Cluster has about 1,400 computer cores. Altogether, it has roughly 2,800 Gbutes of RAM and almost 900 Terabytes of storage space. Main user is Mark Owkes who needed the cluster to predict the movements of millions of tiny droplets of fuel and molecules of air inside a vehicles combustion chamber, he needs some serious computing power, says the Chronicle.