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The Chameleon system will join the Stampede supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center.

cluster of hardware making up the stampede super computer

Stampede is one of the most powerful machines in the world for open science research. Funded by the National Science Foundation and built in partnership with Intel, Dell and Mellanox, Stampede went into production on January 7, 2013 at The University of Texas at Austin's Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). The Chameleon system will join Stampede at TACC.

Credit: Sean Cunningham, TACC

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