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Geraldton to host renewable-powered supercomputing hub 

WESTERN Australia's Geraldton is set to become home to one of the world's largest supercomputing hubs as DUG Technologies plans to begin construction in the next quarter. 

Geraldton to host renewable-powered supercomputing hub 

The homegrown company says this will be the world's first carbon-free high-performance computing (HPC) campus powered by renewable energy, with plans to lease 45 hectares of land in Geraldton, Western...

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