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 We will need a huge amount of computing power and data storage capacity to analyse data from the ATLAS and the other LHC experiments. To this end, we operate three high performance computing clusters: Faraday, Newton and Rutherford.
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Our most recent acquisition 'Rutherford' has 480 processor cores and 420 Tera Bytes of RAID6 disk storage. It was supplied by Dell and integrated by Alces.
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Our latest addition in April 2012 takes it up to a total 1750 logical processor cores and 700 Tera Bytes of RAID6 disk storage.

Our second acquisition 'Rutherford' in March 2011 has 480 processor cores and 420 Tera Bytes of RAID6 disk storage. It was supplied by Dell and integrated by Alces.

  Our older cluster 'Newton' has 960 kSI2k of processing power from 400 processor cores and 300 Tera Bytes of RAID6 disk storage. The Newton cluster was supplied by Clustervision.
 
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