High Performance Computing
We provide world-class high performance computing services and support to enable you to extend your research.
The Phoenix HPC service allows University researchers to improve timeframes for analysis and processing of big data, increase complexity in models and simulations, and produce the best of innovative and collaborative research.
Access a purpose built virtual computing environment with its own CPU, memory, network interface, and storage to directly meet your research computational needs.
The Genomics Repository supports our research teams in the analysis of large next-generation sequencing datasets. It enables our researchers to safely store, analyse and share large genomic datasets, thus enhancing the reproducibility of complex datasets within the University.
RONIN enables researchers to quickly and easily access the scale and flexibility of Amazon Web Services cloud computing platforms for e-research. Learn more about the RONIN and consider if it is the right HPC choice for your research.
Amazon Cloud Services, provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS), is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform, offering over 175 fully featured services from data centers globally.
With AWS, you can leverage the latest technologies to experiment and innovate more quickly. AWS continually accelerates the pace of innovation to invent entirely new technologies that they can provide to transform your research.
Nectar Cloud provides flexible scalable computing power to all Australian researchers, with services that allow the research community to store, access and run data, remotely, rapidly and autonomously.
ADAPT provides seamless, secure access to everything you need to get work done - your apps, files and desktops.
The University of Adelaide has partnered with Intersect to provide research support.
eResearch Consultancy and Advisory Services help researchers to access assistance in improving how they do things or finding a suitable technology solution to help solve a particular problem.
The University of Adelaide provides onsite and online training designed specifically for researchers using HPC technology.