April 19, 2018, 7:48 pm
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Acer supercomputer powers AIM first data science corporate lab

THE Asian Institute of Management (AIM) opened its first corporate laboratory, unveiling one of Asia’s fastest supercomputers powered by Acer. Called the Analytics, Computing, and Complex Systems Laboratory or ACCeSs@AIM, this R&D facility promotes the use of data science, artificial intelligence, and computational models to help various industries, government agencies, and other sectors address critical issues and pain points. 

Acer’s supercomputer, with computing speeds of up to 500 teraflops and a capacity of 500 terabytes, is a major tool in harnessing the power of data science for the students and for businesses.  

The supercomputer was donated through StanShih Foundation, led by Acer Founder and Honorary Chairman, Stan Shih. 

Led by some of the country’s top data scientists, the launch of ACCeSs@AIM is another demonstration of AIM’s commitment to contribute to the meaningful growth of Asian businesses, societies, and the Philippine economy.
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