Weird data center locations: Supercomputer in a chapel

This fifth weird data center location is a former chapel in Barcelona, which houses Barcelona Supercomputing Center's supercomputer, MareNostrum.

 

#5: Supercomputer in a chapel

BSC's chapel housing the MareNostrum
(Image credit: Barcelona Supercomputing Center)

We move from fur coats to church organs, as the latter's sounds once echoed through the halls of this former chapel. The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) installed its MareNostrum, the most powerful supercomputer in Europe, in the 19th century Torre Girona chapel in Barcelona, Spain.
BSC has a lot more cool pictures of the chapel.
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This was last published in April 2010

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The most powerful supercomputer in Europe - The most powerful in Spain. There's plenty more than have been and are now, significantly more powerful.
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