A total of eight European cities were selected by EuroHPC (the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking). Along with Ostrava, supercomputers will be situated in Barcelona (Spain), Bissen (Luxembourg), Bologna (Italy), Kajaani (Finland), Maribor (Slovenia), Minho (Portugal), and Sofia (Bulgaria). The joint undertaking involves 28 EU member states, 19 of which will be part of consortia operating supercomputer centers. The budget for the centers totals EUR 840m.
Source: ČIA NEWS, June 10th, 2019
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