Thomas Sterling, parent of Beowulf clustering, has moved to LSU to work on change computing by "one to three orders of magnitude". A story is here. Louisiana State University is home to the Center for Computation and Technology, one of those "build them and see if they will come cluster supercomputing centers". Well, I guess they did come.

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