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The University of Aberdeen’s HPC usage rocketed by 50% during the height of the pandemic. In this insight, Dean Phillips, assistant director, digital and information services at the University explains how pioneering research was able to continue remotely when moved off campus.

Throughout the pandemic, the University of Aberdeen has quickly adapted to change with its continued commitment to, and investment in, innovative technologies. The
Institution’s high-performance computing (HPC) cluster, named Maxwell, which was designed, integrated and managed by HPC, storage, cloud and AI specialist, OCF has been instrumental to this. It has provided large amounts of remote computational processing power to ensure the development of world-class research remains of utmost importance during this turbulent time and beyond.