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Denmark to pitch in with computing push

The Danish government has committed to joining a project to increase Europe’s high-performance computing capacity.

Representatives of Denmark announced on 25 September that the country will apply for membership of the European Joint Undertaking for High Performance Computing. EuroHPC aims to pool Europe’s computing resources to improve its global competitiveness.

Signing up would give Denmark access to supercomputing facilities around Europe, and involve its researchers in ongoing efforts to boost the continent’s computing power.

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