The European Commission wants to invest 8 billion euros in supercomputers


Mohamed Ismail – Cairo – Brussels – (dpa):
The European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union, announced today, Friday, that the field of supercomputing may soon get 8 billion euros (9.47 billion dollars) from it.
The Commission proposed a new regulation “to preserve and enhance Europe’s pioneering role in supercomputing and quantum computing.”
Supercomputing is computers that perform a much higher level than normal computers.
“High-performance computing is an essential digital capability for Europe,” said Margaret Westager, Vice President of the European Commission.
She said that technology can be used to fight the coronavirus pandemic, and supercomputers, for example, can help search for a cure and analyze the spread of infection.


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