Supporting Academic and Research Institutions with Reliable, High-Performance Technology Solutions
University researchers are under pressure to deliver faster results, often with limited budgets or even while awaiting grant funding. With research programs fueled by data-intensive computing methods, budget optimized, high-performance systems are the pathway to future discoveries. These critical systems must also execute multiple workloads with unpredictable volumes and computationally intensive tasks without missing a beat.
From individual workstations to large-scale HPC systems, both principal investigators and researchers have many choices to make when evaluating compute and storage solutions. These systems must meet your unique criteria:
As a leading systems integrator, Silicon Mechanics empowers organizations to transform the world through open technology. We consider ourselves an extension of your team, and our Experts are available to provide you:
With expertise in high-performance computing and storage architectures, and experience deploying a variety of cloud computing options, Silicon Mechanics supports educational institutions with cost-effective, reliable, and secure computing and storage solutions.
You can read more about the Silicon Mechanics approach and how it pertains to education and research solutions.
The Van Andel Institute (VAI), based in Grand Rapids, Mich., is a nonprofit biomedical research and science education organization that is dedicated to determining the epigenetic, genetic, molecular and cellular origins of cancer, Parkinson’s, and other diseases and translating those findings into effective therapies.
Founded in 2005, University of California, Merced (UC Merced) is the newest campus in the University of California system with a focus on educating and training a highly diverse and underserved student population. With more than 65% of undergraduate students identified as first-generation college students, UC Merced continues to build on its growing reputation of excellence and innovation.
The high-performance computer at NYU Center for Health Informatics and Bioinformatics (CHIBI) was destroyed by flooding during Hurricane Sandy. Fortunately, the laboratory’s director was able to unrack the data storage hard drives and rescue them from the advancing flood waters, but CHIBI needed to replace its computing capability quickly.
Our engineers are not only experts in traditional HPC and AI technologies, we also routinely build complex rack-scale solutions with today's newest innovations so that we can design and build the best solution for your unique needs.
Talk to an engineer and see how we can help solve your computing challenges today.