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Argonne researchers demonstrated
a new system, called SPRUCE (Special Priority and Urgent Computing Environment),
at Supercomputing 2006 in November.
The demonstration featured a hypothetical
scenario in which immediate access was requested and granted
to the TeraGrid supercomputers at
the University of Chicago for time-sensitive analyses of
a rapidly evolving weather emergency.
The SPRUCE system is currently deployed on NSF TeraGrid resources at
five sites nationwide.
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