January 12, 2006
SDSC Announces Data Central
San Diego SuperComputing Center offers mass storage: Interdisciplinary collaborations and community-shared data are becoming increasingly important to the progress of science. To support these endeavors, San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), a National Science Foundation center, has launched Data Central -- the first program of its kind to make available significant research and community data collections and databases.
With storage facilities offering more than Petabyte of online disk and Six Petabytes of archival tape storage, SDSC currently hosts more than 60 publicly available data collections. Eligible researchers can request a data allocation from SDSC that provides expanded access to SDSC's Data Central facilities and expert knowledge in data collection managing, hosting, analyzing and data mining.
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