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Grid-lock?
ZDNet.co.uk, UK - Sep 6, 2004
Last week, UK particle physicists demonstrated the world's largest working grid at the e-Science All-Hands meeting in Nottingham. ... [more]

World's biggest grid unveiled by UK scientists
Silicon.com, UK - Sep 6, 2004
Particle physicists in the UK will demonstrate the world's largest working computer grid this week, at the e-Science All Hands meeting in Nottingham. ...[more]

World's largest computing grid goes live
PC Pro, UK - Sep 6, 2004
The world's largest permanent computing grid has gone online, giving scientists access to the processing power of 6,000 computers at 78 locations, including ...[more]

World's Largest Working Computing Grid
PhysOrg.com, United States - Sep 5, 2004
Particle physics experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), currently under construction at CERN in Geneva will produce around 15 Petabytes of data each ...[more]

Brits to demo world's largest computing grid
The Register, UK - Sep 3, 2004
Particle physicists in the UK will demonstrate the world's largest working computer grid this week, at the e-Science All Hands meeting in Nottingham. ...[more]

The Grid becomes a reality
Innovations-Report, Germany - Sep 3, 2004
This week, UK particle physicists have demonstrated the world's largest, working computing Grid. With over 6,000 computers at ...[more]

GRID Computing a reality: UK trial this week
PublicTechnology.net, UK - Sep 3, 2004
... Grid computing has been a target for IT developers and scientists for more than five years. It allows scientists to access computer ...[more]

Grid computer moves to second stage
EE Times Online (subscription) - Sep 2, 2004
At the 2004 UK e-Science All Hands Meeting in Nottingham, particle physicists representing a collaboration of 20 UK institutions will explain to biologists ... [more]

The Grid becomes a reality
Space Ref - Sep 1, 2004
... At the 2004 UK e-Science All Hands Meeting in Nottingham, particle physicists representing a collaboration of 20 UK institutions will explain to biologists ... [more]

 

 

 
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