The University of Maryland was awarded a $915,900 grant by the National Science Foundation. The goal of this effort is to make existing, advanced network functions an integral component of science application workflows in the end‐to-end sense to facilitate big data flows. The University of Maryland is partnering with The George Washington University, and the award is effective October 1, 2012.
- Terrapin Fast: New Zaratan High-Performance Computer Boosts UMD Researchers’ Problem-Solving Power
- UMD Introduces “Zaratan” – The Latest Investment in State-of-the-Art High Performance Computing
- Q&A with Tripti Sinha: MAX Among the ‘First to 400G’ on Internet2’s Network
- MAX Joins the Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS)
- MAX and Ciena Join Forces to Expand Opportunities for Collaborative Research in the Science and Higher Education Communities