One of the primary goals of the Parallella project is to advance the use of parallel computing across the industry and across the globe. We are pleased to report that since opening up the store for Parallella pre-orders at the end of July, we now have 120 universities and research institutes as customers. They are now anxiously waiting for the delivery of their first boards and we are doing everything we can do deliver as soon as possible.
In addition, as of today we have 17 Universities signed up to receive free Parallella hardware through the the Parallella University Program (PUP).
- ETH Zurich (SWITZERLAND)
- Heriot-Watt University (UK)
- KTH -Royal Technical Institute (SWEDEN)
- Lund University (SWEDEN)
- National Technical University of Athens (GREECE)
- Technical University of Catalonia (SPAIN)
- University of Bath (UK)
- University of Bologna (ITALY)
- Universidad de Buenos Aires (ARGENTINA)
- University of Edinburgh (UK)
- University of Illinois (USA)
- University of Tijuana (MEXICO)
- Unviersité de Mons (BELGIUM)
- University of Coimbra (PORTUGAL)
- University of South Carolina (USA)
- University of Tennessee (USA)
- University of Zagreb (CROATIA)
We believe the Parallella open-hardware approach is a great match for the collaborative and open environment found in academic research and want to do as much as we possibly can to democratize access to massively parallel hardware as soon as possible.