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BEEP BEEP!! Strategic Communications Firm DW Turner Thwarts Hunger in Partnership With Roadrunner Food Bank

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., April 17 /PRNewswire/ -- When Wiley Coyote goes hungry in cartoon land, it's because Roadrunner has won again. But in the real world, Roadrunner Food Bank wins when nobody goes hungry. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080417/LATH545-a ) (Photo: http://www....
Roadrunner in Biological News

Oak Ridge supercomputer is the world's fastest for science

...rces and climate change," Mason said. In June, a DOE supercomputer named roadrunner at Los Alamos National Laboratory was the first to break the petascale barrier. Built with advanced IBM Cell processors, roadrunner helps ensure the reliability of America's nuclear weapons stockpile. Beg...

Roadrunner supercomputer puts research at a new scale

...than a week after Los Alamos National Laboratory's roadrunner supercomputer began operating at world-record peta...lion billion, also known as a quadrillion. For the roadrunner supercomputer, operating at petaflop/s performance... billion calculations each second. In other words, roadrunner gives scientists the ability to quickly render mou...
Roadrunner in Biological Technology

TDS tries bringing fiber to homes in Fitchburg for faster Internet service

...companies competing by using their established abilities and brand identification to market themselves to consumers, citing examples like Time Warners roadrunner cable Internet service. I think itll take a while before the consumer totally blurs the distinction between the company that started out selling your...
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