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Announcing Summer Workshops

We are excited to announce several upcoming workshops that the RCC is hosting this summer:
  • Introduction to Linux (June) - A hands-on approach to getting familiar with Linux and the command-line.
  • Introduction to MPI Programming (July) - A hands-on workshop that covers many aspects of developing for, compiling, and running OpenMPI applications on the HPC.
These are free, four-part workshops open to all Florida State students, faculty, and staff. However, registration is limited, so please sign up early if you are interested in attending.

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Announcements

Mar 28 - DigiTech
RCC will be at the Digitech exhibition.
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Apr 10 - RCC101
Come enjoy lunch and a presentation.
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Apr 24 - MATLAB
Come enjoy lunch and a presentation on using MATLAB.
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NoleStor Update

We are finalizing our deployment of the NoleStor storage system and expect to release it for general use in April.

Stop by our booth at Digitech on Friday, March 28 for live demos of NoleStor in action.

More about NoleStor »
Buy-In Reminder
We are soliciting buy-ins for the 2014-2015 fiscal year.  If you need computing, storage, virtualization, or dedicated consulting resources, please get in touch with us by April 30, 2014, in order to get the best pricing and service.
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ITS Announces EduRoam

You may have recently noticed a new wireless SSID available at Florida State.  Our colleagues at ITS have enabled Florida State to join the eduroam community. 

Now any collaborator from an eduroam institution visiting Florida State can access our wireless network instantly.  Likewise, when you visit any other eduroam institution, you can access the wireless network using your FSUID credentials.
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Spotlight: Dr. Barbu, Stats

Dr. Adrian Barbu at the Florida State University Department of Statistics regularly works with massive data matrices.  He creates algorithms and statistical methodologies for a variety of applications. 

To facilitate working with such large data sets, Dr. Barbu uses the RCC Spear and HPC systems.

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TallahasseeFL 32306

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