High-performance computing and related services for the University research community are now being managed through Information Technology Services and positioned for growth under the new label Research Computing.
The group previously known as HPC is now part of ITS, which improves cost-effectiveness by allowing Research Computing to take advantage of more discounts rather than seeking contracts on its own. This positions Research Computing to be able to offer new and expanded services for researchers. The transition to ITS, which occurred during late 2015, also ensures better integration with IT support and resources.
Research Computing provides access to centrally managed computational systems, storage systems, high-speed networking and virtual systems. It also strives to provide researchers with the education and training they need to use these resources. For information about Research Computing or access to resources, contact Nathan Gregg.