Over half of the top HPC centres in the world are using the Lustre file system, so the latest move to fund its development should make a lot of people happy. And there will be a lot of brainpower and resources backing up the move: namely, supercomputer maker Cray, HPC storage vendor Data Direct Networks, and two nuke labs …
Isn't the subtitle misspelled
The more I read about Oracle & Elison, the more I think he's trying to outGates Gates. There is a definite misspeliing in the article subtitle.
Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore are DOE NNSA ('nuke') labs. Oak Ridge is within the DOE Office of Science: they don't develop weapons. The fact that this is tangential to the actual story makes it worse -- why even bring it up?
Who said anything about weapons? "nuke" labs can be for civilian purposes right?
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