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Coming in March: NoleStor

We are very close to launching a new storage platform called NoleStor.  You will get 5gb of storage included with your RCC account and can purchase more if you need it.

Key freatures of NoleStor include:
  • Sync and share research data using a simple Dropbox-like interface
  • Optionally replicate critical data to an offsite location
  • Mount NoleStor volumes directly on your desktops and laptops using WebDAV
Stay tuned to our website, newsletters, and Facebook & Twitter feeds for the release date and cost of NoleStor.

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Announcements

Mar 13 - RCC101
Come enjoy lunch and a presentation on MOAB Basics.
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Mar 27 - MATLAB on Condor
Come enjoy lunch and a presentation on using MATLAB with Condor.
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Buy Into RCC Resources

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.

The RCC offers dedicated services to individuals, labs, and departments at a subsidized rate, so that you don’t have to waste time and money trying to buy and build your own.

For information on RCC services and prices visit our website at https://rcc.fsu.edu/pricing or contact Jim Wilgenbusch: wilgenbusch@fsu.edu.

Account Management

We are improving account management for RCC users on our website.  Recent changes include:
  • Improved signup form
  • Improved password reset
  • Improved account information screen
More improvements are on the way, including better statistics and a self-service interface to manage enrollments for group & queue owners.
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An image captured on the Cryo-Electron microscope by the Stroupe Lab

Spotlight: AME CFD Lab

The FSU Aeropropulsion Mechatronics & Energy Center (AME) is already well-known for wind tunnels, robots, and other big research projects. AME also engages in big computing to expand the research horizon with computation fluid dynamics (CFD).

Dr. Sam Taira is and his team in the Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory are using the HPC to study fluid flow around various objects.
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Research Computing Center
Florida State University
400 Dirac Science Library
TallahasseeFL 32306

support@rcc.fsu.edu

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