November 13, 2000

ANU wins power prize for Bunyip

Author: JT Smith

A group of scientists at the Australian National University have won the 2000 Gordon Bell Prize for their efforts at creating a low-cost supercomputer. The winning creation is Bunyip, a 196-processor, 214-gigaflop parallel computer running Linux as a Beowulf cluster. Australian IT reports.

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