Arctic Region Supercomputing Center

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Arctic Region Supercomputing Center


The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center is a high-performance computing (HPC) research unit of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. ARSC computational systems and resources are designed to meet the academic and research needs of university staff, faculty and students. Since ARSC's first compute cycles were realized in 1993, staff at ARSC have established a reputation for providing outstanding service in all aspects of high-performance computing, massive data storage and HPC network support.

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