Augusta University has invested $1 million in creation of the High-Performance Computing (HPC) Services Core, a joint university research initiative supported by Augusta University’s Division of Information Technology and the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences.
The formation of the HPC Services Core is an extension of a provost-initiated effort to assist researchers in accessing and using high-performance computing.
Wagener-Salley High students attend first NSA Cyber Challenge
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Company plans 140-acre data center campus next to Fort Gordon
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