Bull and SARA sign an agreement for the new Dutch super computer2012-11-122015-04-03https://www.cordemeyerslager.nl/app/uploads/2020/02/cordemeyerslager-1985.svgCordemeyer & Slager Advocaten / Advocatenhttps://www.cordemeyerslager.nl/app/uploads/2020/02/cordemeyerslager-1985.svg200px200px
On November 9, 2012 French IT company Bull and SARA, the Dutch national computer center which offers computing services to all Universities and research centers in the Netherlands, have signed an agreement for the delivery, installation and maintenance of the new national supercomputer. This computer will be the fastest computer system of the Netherlands and can make 1 billiard computations per second. Cordemeyer & Slager / Advocaten (Hanneke Slager) have acted as Bull’s legal advisors. Read more about the supercomputer: www.bull.com
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