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Wednesday
Oct 19th, 2005
2:15 PM - 3:05 PM
Meeting Room W206A
Mountain Time
Session Type: Track 5

Does the commoditization of computation and storage favor centralized or decentralized approaches to research computing? This presentation argues that the cyberinfrastructure for research is best provisioned as a leveraged central service. It addresses the political, financial, technical, and strategic requirements for developing a shared cyberinfrastructure to fuel innovation and growth.

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