Oracle’s comprehensive solutions for research help to address the ever-increasing need to collect, manage, analyze, and collaborate on data. These advanced solutions enable new levels of performance, innovation, and scalability.
From VMs to GPUs to bare metal servers, including options for dense I/O workloads, high-performance computing (HPC), and AMD EPYC processors.
Easily capture, organize, and analyze very large, complex research data sets.
Diligently manage all research projects from the initial idea through funding, formation, execution, publication, and beyond.
As tropical diseases spread from their historical home territories into new regions, including Europe and the United States, UK researchers equipped with high-performance cloud computing have designed a novel way to vaccinate against one of those most resistant to treatment.
Months after being tested under an emergency use authorization to treat COVID-19, the American Heart Association reported the pharmaceutical cocktail of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin to have the potential to cause drug-induced heart complications for some patients with cardiovascular disease.
It always surprises me when researchers say, “wait…Oracle has a Cloud?” In fact, we do—a very robust and secure cloud with High-Performance Computing (HPC), fast networking, Autonomous Database, and more.
The outbreak of an unprecedented modern day pandemic posed extraordinary challenges to all industry segments, especially the higher education and academic research sector.
RIKEN, the owner of the world’s fastest high-performance computing (HPC) supercomputer, Fugaku, has chosen Oracle Cloud as the public cloud provider for its elastic HPC storage and to enable universities and research organizations to connect securely and at low cost through Science Information Network (SINET).
The CERN openlab team has worked together with Oracle and GÉANT in order to implement a network solution to transfer large data volumes from Geneva, Switzerland into Oracle Cloud in Frankfurt, Germany via dedicated private connectivity.
Oracle has partnered with Osaka University and NEC Corporation on Osaka University’s OCTOPUS supercomputer to combat the spread of COVID-19.