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Topic - Peter Ungaro
Cray competed to be the builder of Blue Waters when the NSF chose the University of Illinois and IBM in 2007, and Ungaro said he'd thought a lot about the project since then, "but it hasn't been anything that's been in our plans or even our dreams over the last couple of years."
The design and scope of what Blue Waters should be able to do in the years ahead will change, he said.