New OCF Supercomputer at the University of Aberdeen Supports Ground Breaking Genomics Research

07.07.2020 | HPC Wire

Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are benefitting from an investment in High Performance Computing (HPC). The new HPC cluster, called Maxwell, is supporting ground breaking research at the University’s Centre for Genome-Enabled Biology and Medicine (CGEBM) and provides a centralized HPC system for the whole University with applications in medicine, biological sciences, engineering, chemistry, maths and computing science.

The new HPC system is designed, integrated and managed by high performance compute, storage, cloud and AI integrator, OCF. The supercomputer is part of the University’s expansion to improve facilities for staff and students.

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