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4 April 2017

Solution Brief for the Internet2 Community

Posted by Adam Nethersole

Today’s research climate is collaborative and far-reaching. From Washington, D.C. to Würzburg and from Cambridge to Colorado, research organisations extend the globe to work on complex issues, research trials, experiments and innovations that impact society.

Big data analytics to genomics, science and education research is compute-intensive, complex, and costly. Research and education facilities require large and collaborative computing and storage resources, along with high-speed access to help process large stores of data at a scale, unimagined just a decade ago. Demand for computing capability is putting increased pressure on the capacity and operational costs for data center services.

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