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A recent survey showed that more than half of higher education institutions have seen an increase in the use of high-performance computing, high-performance networking and data storage and are predicting an even greater demand in the coming years. This rise in demand coincided with the shrinking financial resources available to research faculty has created a unique challenge. PIs are turning more to collaborative, team-based research methods that draw upon expertise and pooled resources regardless of geographic location. Cyber Infrastructure (CI) has emerged in recent years as a facilitator of this new research paradigm at universities everywhere and in particular the University of California. Here at UC Riverside as part of a larger CI strategy, Computing and Communications has developed a comprehensive three-year computational cluster plan.
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