New 'Triton Resource' to Boost Research at SDSC

    The San Diego Supercomputer Center at UCSD announced plans Oct. 14 for a new facility called the Triton Resource to house a massive data analysis and storage system.

    According to SDSC officials, the new cyber infrastructure is intended to advance innovation, collaboration and discovery at SDSC.

    A planning committee comprised primarily of UC researchers is still brainstorming ways to integrate the facility’s major elements into campus laboratories and utilize UCSD’s 10-gigabit research network.

    “UC San Diego is building 21st-century campus research infrastructure to accelerate 21st-century research and education,” SDSC Director Fran Berman said. “The Triton Resource is a unique environment that will facilitate our ability to make sense of the tsunami of data available to us, and drive solutions of the most challenging problems in science and society.”

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