BlueGene


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BlueGene

An IBM supercomputer. See supercomputer sites.
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Norcross, GA, USA; adiponectine: ADPN Elisa Kit, Shangha BlueGene Biotech Co.
Additionally, bcl-2 protein levels were quantified using a Bluegene rat bcl-2 ELISA kit, which contained a highly specific bcl-2 antibody with no significant cross-reactivity with other bcl-2 analogues.
The centre is later expected to join BlueGene Consortium to share and develop computer software and then promote high-speed computation cloud technology services.
n 2007 The IBM BlueGene supercomputer was installed at CERT, the commercial arm of the Higher Colleges of Technology in the UAE.
The BlueGene screams by comparison at 500 teraflops.
25 million IBM BlueGene supercomputer, which has the equivalent processing power of more than 2,000 home computers, to cut that time down to just days.
It is interesting to note that the BlueGene/L and BlueGene ridiculously parallel supercomputers are based on the PowerPC 440 cores.
The research was conducted on an IBM BlueGene Q system and the storage infrastructure was developed by DDN.
Current implementations include a variety of hardware and software infrastructures, including multi-core systems and IBM BlueGene.
Even IBM's BlueGene project, which seeks to pack one million minimalist RISC processors running at 500MHz and delivering 1 petaflops (1 million gigaflops) of power in a single machine to crack tough genomics problems, is not as ambitious as the TRIPS project.
In the molecular dynamic simulations using the Lab's BlueGene L supercomputer, Wu and colleagues found that the hydrogen (H) and hydroxide (OH) atoms in water transport oxygen from nitrogen storage to carbon fuel under PETN detonation conditions (temperatures between 3,000 Kelvin and 4,200 Kelvin).