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University of Buffalo Center for Computational Research expanding industry partnership program

Posted by Alan Chalker in Democratizing HPC

The University at Buffalo Center for Computational Research (CCR) is expanding its super-computing capability with new grants. The center will use the awards to purchase advanced computing equipment that will triple its computing power, enabling it to better support new and existing businesses in advanced manufacturing, the life sciences and other industries.

The University of Buffalo CCR has received a $1M investment from Empire State Development to upgrade their computational servers for industry.  “This investment will allow us to expand a highly successful industry partnership program that has already led to the creation and retention of nearly 100 jobs in the Buffalo Niagara region, and an estimated economic impact of more than $50 million over the past four years,” said Furlani, who added that the project aligns with strategies outlined by the Western New York Regional Economic Development Council.”

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