Asheville Citizen-Times reports:
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is installing a new climate research supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee to help reseachers model and understand changes to the Earth’s climate.
With the potential to perform 1,100 trillion calculations per second, the Cray XE6 supercomputer will draw on data stored at Asheville’s National Climactic Data Center. ...
The broadband access between Asheville and Knoxville should see improvements starting this year as federal stimulus money goes to extend fiberoptic network in the western part of the state, said Hunter Goosmann, director of ERC Broadband, which provides high-speed Internet service to NCDC and the federal building.
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