The High Performance Computing (HPC) Cluster is the core of our computational infrastructure. With more than 16,328 cores and 776 nodes, the HPC Cluster provides powerful and scalable high performance computing resources for running large, multi-threaded and distributed parallel computations.
Web-based access to the High Performance Computing Cluster. Easily run graphical applications, submit and manage jobs, and access the terminal from inside your web browser.
RCC offers both free and paid support, assistance and expert consulting to help you reach your research objectives.
The "Spear" interactive cluster is a collection of Linux servers intended to provide dedicated nodes for departments and research groups that need their own servers. Popular applications of Spear nodes include simulation, data analysis, visualization and interactive use of powerful command line and graphical software tools including MATLAB, VMD and others.
Registered RCC account holders have access to the GPFS system, which is a parallel data storage and sharing system with support for rapid I/O for HPC and Spear jobs which allows files and data to be stored in a dedicated and private home directory or shared among specified groups of RCC users.
The Research Archival Storage System (RAS) is a general purpose long-term digital storage archive for research data. The system is designed to provide a cost-effective, long-term solution for research groups needing to store large amounts of data on our systems for potentially extended periods of time.

RCC offers multiple tiers of data center hosting services for academic and administrative units with FSU.