On December 1, President W. Kent Fuchs led the event as part of his Inauguration Week festivities. Read more about it on UFIT News.
HiPerGator, the University of Florida supercomputer, is now judged to be the second most powerful supercomputer among U.S. public universities in the just-released TOP500 list.
Dell cited HiPerGator’s ability to quickly process the enormous amounts of data required to conduct world class research in its decision to name UF as the winner. Read more on UFIT News.
Work to expand HiPerGator capacity and capability is now underway.
Research Shield, UF’s FISMA-compliant environment, is now operational. Read more on UFIT News.
UF researchers have been awarded $60,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities to fund a digital humanities start-up grant.
UFNet2, a unified and secure virtual network environment for UF is now available in some campus buildings, with more scheduled to be enabled this year.
UF Research Computing recently relocated 16 Terabytes (TB) of data for the Brain Rehabilitation Research Center (BRRC) from UF’s Health Science Center storage systems.
Neuroimaging research data that would take over one-and-a-half years to process on a single-core computer system now takes less than 24 hours with UF’s HiPerGator.
With the aid of HiPerGator, UF researchers are conducting genome scale sequencing at sea, in real time.