The San Diego Supercomputer Center has received an extension from the National Science Foundation to continue operating the supercomputer known as Gordon until August 31, 2016.
A $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will fund a data-intensive network that will connect University of Minnesota researchers with others around the world.
The University of Montana has revved up its research network with a new 100 Gbps fiber connection to the Internet2 Network.
A new supercomputer at the University of Central Oklahoma will support education and research across the state.
Claudico, an artificial intelligence (AI) program created at Carnegie Mellon University finished in second-to-last place in the "Brains Vs. Artificial Intelligence" exhibition tournament that began on April 24 at Rivers Casino in Pennsylvania, but the difference in score is not large enough to be statistically significant, according to information from the university.
The University of Arkansas is the proud new owner of a supercomputer featuring 256 servers, 16.4 terabytes of memory, a processing speed of 79 teraFLOPs and 8,192 processing cores.
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center has implemented secure private network connections to eight colleges and universities.
The Open Cloud Consortium is working to meet the collaboration and data-management needs of multi-institution big data projects.
The San Diego Supercomputer Center at the University of California, San Diego is now accepting applications for the 2015 SDSC Research Experience for High School Students summer program, which runs from June 22 to August 14 at SDSC.
Eleven teams from around the world will participate in the HPCAC-ISC 2015 Student Cluster Competition.