Researchers from disciplines like physics and chemistry have always been traditional users of high-performance computing (HPC). Now a new generation of researchers from every department on campus, from anthropology to linguistics to wildlife management, is competing for HPC resources. “It is our job to provide those resources,” says Lowell Pike, director of research computing infrastructure at the University of Kentucky.
See how the University of Kentucky engaged SoftIron and used HyperDrive to explore a new way to build cyberinfrastructure and adapting to the changing nature of research computing.
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