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South Africa is not lagging behind when it comes to the world of high performance computing. The Cape Town-based Centre of High Performance Computing (CHPC) has an impressive track record, although mostly in the sphere of academia. When it comes to commercial applications there appears to be a lack of interest. Is that because the CHPC focusses more on research projects like its flagship project at the Centre for Space Research at the North-West University in Potchefstroom with Prof. Marius Potgieter? Or is there a lack of interest from industry? Perhaps red tape issues prevent industry from utilising the facilities?… (more)

South Africa is not lagging behind when it comes to the world of supercomputing, and yet is mainly associated with the Square Kilometre Array project and the high volume of data that will need to be analysed. The Centre of High Performance Computing (CHPC), situated in Cape Town, already has an impressive track record… (more)

The Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC) has a vision to provide South African researchers with world-class facilities and make South Africa a destination for high-end computing in the southern hemisphere… (more)

With the installation of the Sun Microsystems´ hybrid supercomputer at the Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC) in Cape Town, South Africa is now amongst the world leaders in this field.  Dr. Sibusiso Sibisi, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) president and CEO, said that through the addition of this Sun Microsystems hybrid supercomputer, the CHPC has become a facility that holds its own among the best in the world… (more)

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