Savannah River National Laboratory to access research computers

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 10:32 AM
Last updated 5:40 PM
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Savannah River Nuclear Solutions will donate $1.5 million of its profits to provide Savannah River National Laboratory access to several high-speed research and university computer networks.

The investment, which includes a link “National Lambda Rail” network, will also provide the lab with computer connections to universities throughout the world, enabling SRNL to make use of collegiate-level research.

Use of these high-speed networks will also support environmental management and National Nuclear Security Administration missions at SRS, the company said.

Savannah River Nuclear Solutions manages the Department of Energy’s Savannah River Site and national laboratory.


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