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Jetstream, the expansive NSF-funded cyberinfrastructure project intended in large measure to serve the long tail of science will officially launch tomorrow (9/1/16). A central idea is to make Jetstream attractive to communities who have not been users of traditional HPC systems, but who would benefit from advanced computational capabilities. Among those groups are researchers in Read more…
Improving HPC access to the so-called long tail of science is an ongoing NSF priority. Several initiatives, funded at least in part by NSF, are underway and one – Jetstream – is the first NSF-funded HPC Cloud targeted directly at domain scientists and engineers who typically have limited access to HPC resources and limited expertise. Read more…
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) at Indiana University has expanded its services to help biologists use high-performance computing, NCGAS’ manager announced at a July 23 presentation at the XSEDE13 conference in San Diego.
Indiana University won $910,000 from the United States Department of Defense for the study of the problems surrounding software-defined networking, including the security of such networking systems.
Penguin Computing’s cloud division offers universities a number of flexible arrangements involving both locally-installed and Web-accessible HPC resources.
What began at IU as an infrastructure virtualization project to improve efficiency has been blooming into a more comprehensive iprivate cloud project that’s allowed for even greater operational efficiency as well as benefits for a wide range of departments.
Truthy.indiana.edu exposes dirty politics on the Web.
Indiana University’s Geoffrey Fox discusses the scope of the new FutureGrid project.
Indiana University to establish an experimental supercomputing network; and a comparison of current processor architectures. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.