Tulsa's Tandy Community Supercomputer could open for public use in May
The Tandy Community Supercomputer in Tulsa, a powerful machine offered to local universities, corporations, small businesses and entrepreneurs, may be open and ready for use by May.
Thought to be the first community supercomputer of its kind, the supercomputer will be located at the Tandy Supercomputing Center, allowing smaller businesses to process large amounts of data in a short amount of time. Businesses have already shown interest in using the supercomputer.
Businesses and other organizations will be able to join the project by purchasing additional nodes at $10,000 apiece, along with a $2,500 yearly maintenance fee.