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XSEDE works by combining the computing power of eleven providers into a large powerful network of super-computers. Integrating high-performance computers, data resources, and high-end experimental facilities around the country, the XSEDE is the largest, most widely distributed, and most robust open cyberinfrastructure available to researchers. Currently, XSEDE has more than 2 petaflops of computing capability and more than 50 petabytes of online and archival data storage. Researchers can also access more than 100 discipline-specific databases.

XSEDE was previously known as TeraGrid.

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