Science gets a boost as SKA gains traction
March 15, 2013 Editor 0
Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project director Dr Bernie Fanaroff has called on IBM to relocate some of its research capacity to South Africa.
This week, SKA South Africa announced that it had partnered with IBM and the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (Astron) to develop a high-speed exascale computing system to support the SKA radio telescope.
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