Pawsey gets $70 million to replace ageing supercomputers


Magnus and Galaxy are fast approaching end-of-life

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre will receive $70 million in government funding to replace its ageing supercomputers which are fast approaching end-of-life.

The centre will procure a replacement for its flagship system Magnus, a Cray XC40, as well as its Cray XC30 called Galaxy. Both are reaching the end of their operational lives, with Magnus’ support contract having lapsed in September.


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