NewsOK.com: Henry Neeman's baby is only 1 year old, but it's aging fast. In a couple of years, it'll be ready for retirement.
For now, it's the center of attention — the biggest and fastest in these parts. The top dog.
"This is Topdawg," Neeman says, introducing the dark, noisy creature that takes up 500 square feet of floor space and much of Neeman's life.
Topdawg, named for a floppy eared former University of Oklahoma basketball mascot, is a computer. A supercomputer, to be accurate. That distinction, which has to do with relative size and speed, is clear only to those who know the difference — people such as Neeman, director of the OU Supercomputing Center for Education and Research.