National Computational Infrastructure

The Raijin supercomputer at the National Computational Infrastructure at ANU

The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) is home to the Southern Hemisphere’s most highly-integrated supercomputer and filesystems, Australia’s highest performance research cloud, and one of the nation’s largest data catalogues—all supported by an expert team.

NCI is supported by the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy, with operational funding provided through a formal collaboration incorporating CSIRO, Bureau of Meteorology, The Australian National University, Geoscience Australia the Australian Research Council, and a number of research intensive universities and medical research institutes.

Visit the National Computational Infrastructure Facility website for further information.

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