Advancing Innovation with ACCESS Resource Providers
Resource providers are at the center of ACCESS, making research possible for the diverse community ACCESS serves. Our providers share cyberinfrastructure resources and the expertise of data experts with the researchers and scientists who request allocations. This symbiotic relationship, supported by other areas of the program, makes scientific discoveries happen.
ACCESS resource providers offer a wide range of cyberinfrastructure assets and specialized support. Some of the many resources in the ACCESS portfolio include:
- Compute resources – High-performance computing clusters (GPU and CPU based) accessed by logging in to front-end nodes. Researchers can install their application software and run batch computing jobs under a scheduler on these resources.
- Storage resources – Data storage systems for storing and managing large amounts of data.
- Cloud resources – Cloud infrastructure where researchers can launch and run virtual machines.
- Specialized support – Tools to streamline your research: science gateways, hosted workflow, remote access web portal, and more.
ACCESS Resource Providers
As of 12/11/23
Georgia Institute of Technology
Indiana University (IU)
Johns Hopkins University (JHU)
National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)
Open Science Grid (OSG)
Open Storage Network (OSN)
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC)
San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC)
Community Institute (SGCI)
Stony Brook University
Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC)
Texas A&M University (TAMU)
University of Delaware
University of Kentucky