The Advanced Computing Center for Research and Education will replace its current data storage system with an expanded, more resilient system in May 2022. This new capital investment from Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs C. Cybele Raver will provide stable, 24/7 access for faculty researchers and scholars.
Data storage needs at the university have grown exponentially in recent years as digital data becomes increasingly central to research and scholarship. With this new university-wide program, ACCRE will be able to provide advanced support for its broad user base, which ranges from arts and humanities to social sciences and STEM.
Additional details are forthcoming. For immediate questions, contact the ACCRE team at firstname.lastname@example.org.