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An ongoing outbreak of exceptionally virulent Shiga toxin (Stx)-producing Escherichia coli O104:H4 centered in Germany, has caused over 830 cases of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS) and 46 deaths since May 2011. Serotype O104:H4, which has not been detected in animals, has rarely been associated with HUS in the past. To prospectively elucidate the unique(More)
The current and projected costs of storage are a critical issue as organizations face an explosive growth in data. While the cost of purchasing storage hardware is readily available from vendors, there is little published literature that describes the total cost of providing storage from an operational perspective. This paper describes current estimates of(More)
NSF-funded computing centers have primarily focused on delivering high-performance computing resources to academic researchers with the most computationally demanding applications. But now that computational science is so pervasive, there is a need for infrastructure that can serve more researchers and disciplines than just those at the peak of the HPC(More)
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