CCV develops and manages high-performance computing, data storage, and visualization resources, provides physical and virtual server hosting, and offers high-performance backup and archival services for the Brown research community. CCV’s technical staff offer research system management services for departmental research computing systems on a quarterly service fee basis. CCV also maintains a one-petabyte Tivoli TSM backup/archive server for campus research data.
What We Do:
–Develop and maintain parallel computing and Virtual Reality display resources for general use by the University research community.
–Provide consulting services for the configuration and management of research computing facilities dedicated to groups or departments.
–Provide resource access for applications for our technologies in Brown’s curricula.
–Participate directly in graphics, visualization and computational science research
Computational science and engineering are integral to Brown’s evolving research programs and its curricula. CCV is committed to providing a resource environment and nexus of intellectual interaction that will facilitate the development of innovative multidiscipline collaboration in the spirit of Brown’s open academic identity.