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NYT4 - *FILE (NYT4) YORKTOWN, NY -- June 20, 2004 -- IBM-SUPERCOMPUTER -- Nearly five years ago, IBM embarked on an ambitious project to build a supercomputer, Blue Gene, to study protein-folding. Later this week, IBM intends to announce its plans for a commercial version of the machine, Blue Gene/L. William Pulleyblank, left, IBMs director of exploratory server systems, and a researcher, Shawn Hall, with a Blue Gene/L prototype at the Thomas J. Watson Rearch Center in Yorktown, NY, in Nov. of 2003. (IBM Corporation/The New York Times) **ONLY FOR USE WITH STORY BY STEVE LOHR SLUGGED: IBM-SUPERCOMPUTER. ALL OTHER USE PROHIBITED.

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