A trigger upgrade helps CMS tame collision environment of LHC Run 2
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Résumé L’informatique du CERN prête à relever les défis de l’Exploitation 2 du LHC Pour l’Exploitation 2, le LHC va continuer à ouvrir la voie à de...
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The Korean Tier-1 site of the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG) completed the upgrade to 10 Gbps of the bandwidth of its optical-fibre link to CERN.
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CERN and the Wigner Research Centre for Physics inaugurated the CERN Tier-0 data-centre extension in Budapest on 13 June, marking the completion of the facility.
On the same day that the LHC’s first three-year physics run ended, CERN announced that its data centre had recorded more than 100 petabytes (PB) – 100 million gigabytes – of physics data.