The Research Computing Center at Florida State University enables
research and education by maintaining a diverse campus cyberinfrastructure and by providing
training opportunities and dedicated consulting.
Our HPC Cluster provides over 182 TFLOPS of compute
to researchers at FSU. We also provide an Interactive Cluster (Spear),
and a Virtual Machine Cloud Platform.
We provide two high I/O parallel file systems, Panasas
and Lustre. We also provide a general-purpose filesystem,
NoleStor, for archival storage with the ability to replicate
to partner institutions.
In addition to comprehensive support for our core services,
we also provide research consulting and assistance, and we also
host many outreach and training events.
We've released a new tool on the HPC login nodes to make it easy to see information about your accou…
All 76 nodes that were damaged during Hurricane Hermine last September have been replaced. New node…
The Research Computing Center will be closed from Dec 23 through Jan 2 for FSU Winter Break. System…
As the RCC grows, it is important for us to provide higher level of reliabilty to our research partn…
We have a new member on our team. Brian Gentry has been hired as RCC's newest systems administrator…
As of October 1, the RCC has almost fully recovered from the Datacenter damage inflicted by Hurrican…
You can use gpGPUs to significantly accelerate code in some cases. In this workshop, we will discuss how to use gpGPU devices with minimal changes to your existing code.
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