Our SC09 Partners

Research Institute at

Nationwide Children's Hospital

One of the fastest growing pediatric research centers in the United States. Located on the campus of Nationwide Children's Hospital in downtown Columbus, Ohio, The Research Institute pioneers innovative solutions for improving child health and is ranked among the top 10 in national research funding.

 

Arkansas High Performance

Computing Center

The Arkansas High Performance Computing Center was established by funding from Governor Mike Beebe through the Arkansas Science and Technology Authority (ASTA) in 2008 to serve as a core resource for the development of competitive research throughout the state of Arkansas and for economic development benefit. The combined power of the Arkansas High Performance Computing Center and ARE-ON will take the state of Arkansas to the next level in the global economy.

The Ohio State University

Department of Biomedical Informatics

 

The Ohio State University Department of Biomedical Informatics is to be the worldwide leader in discovering, creating, and applying leading-edge biomedical informatics innovations to improve individuals' lives through personalized healthcare.

Nimbis

 

Nimbis provides pre-negotiated access to high performance computing services, software, and expertise from the leading computer time vendors, independent software vendors, and domain experts.

Darkstrand

 

Darkstrand is a corporate partner for solving real workflow, development and collaborative challenges, linking teams, facilities and suppliers into one ecosystem through our high-speed, networked grid environment, a vast 12,000-route mile optical network spread across 30 U.S. cities.

Renaissance Computing Institute

 

The Renaissance Computing Institute, a multi-institutional organization, brings together multidisciplinary experts and advanced technological capabilities to address pressing research issues and to find solutions to complex problems that affect the quality of life in North Carolina, our nation and the world.