The Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications (DEISA) is a European Union supercomputer project. It is made up of a consortium of eleven leading national supercomputing centres from seven European countries. It supports pan-European research by providing and operating a distributed supercomputing environment all over Europe and aims at delivering a turnkey operational solution for a future European high-performance computing system. By extending the European collaborative environment in the area of supercomputing, DEISA follows the suggestions of ESFRI.
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