The University of Queensland Uses Dell Technologies Supercomputer to Pioneer New Alzheimer's Disease Breakthrough
Dell News, October 2nd, 2019
October 2, 2019,
Volume 259, Issue 1

Dell Technologies announces one of the first computational projects for The University of Queensland's Dell Technologies high-performance computing (HPC) system may enable a non-invasive disease-modifying strategy for Alzheimer's Disease.

The HPC system, built by Dell Technologies for the university's Research Computing Centre (RCC), is a GPU-accelerated supercomputer. GPUs, with significantly more cores than CPUs, are well-suited to processing massive amounts of computational tasks in parallel, including intensive tasks such as data visualisation and machine learning (ML). It is also used for modelling possible treatments for some of the most debilitating illnesses, such as Alzheimer's Disease...

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