University of Cambridge

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    • The University of Cambridge drives digital equity and brings energy-efficient supercomputing to scientists globally

    • The University of Cambridge builds on their experience in a collaboration to engineer a supercomputer for Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) in Morocco. The result “Toubkal” was Africa’s first Top 100 supercomputer and it enables researchers around Africa to build data models and perform analytics that could benefit the wellbeing of millions of people across the continent and elsewhere.

    • At the University of Cambridge, we provide the U.K.’s largest academic supercomputer to solve some of the world’s most demanding research problems. An AI task that previously would have taken two years is now achievable in just a month.

      Dr. Paul Calleja, Director of Research Computing Services and the Exascale Lab, University of Cambridge
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    • Minimizing the environmental impact of breakthrough research

      The University of Cambridge powers scientific research involving massive data sets with an energy-efficient, optimized high performance supercomputing infrastructure comprising 2,500 Dell PowerEdge servers.

    • Supercomputing access for dedicated African research

      The University of Cambridge and Dell Technologies collaborated to develop a highly effective supercomputing infrastructure that enable scientists in Africa to perform research which could benefit millions across the continent and globally.

    • Supercomputing with minimal energy consumption

      A high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure developed by the University of Cambridge together with Dell Technologies revolutionizes what researchers can accomplish. It took scientists only 6 months to double the system’s energy efficiency.

    • Customer: University of Cambridge
      Industry: Higher Education
      Location: United Kingdom

    • This company participates in the Dell Technologies Customer Advocacy Program.