Oracle's high-performance cloud computing infrastructure, combined with our deep research heritage – is changing the game for research organizations worldwide.
Oracle has supported the research community for more than a quarter century. Recent advancements in cloud deployment of high-performance computing infrastructure and advanced analytics solutions are focused on one goal—accelerating enterprise research at scale.
Having the right technology environment is central to the research and education community’s ability to support its educational, research, and community service missions. Cloud services play a critical role in supporting the unique needs of this collaborative community.
The Internet2 Oracle Cloud Services offering by Mythics ensures that campus challenges are met and that researchers can easily access the broadest range of advanced technology at discounted prices.
The offering allows Internet2 members, InCommon participants, and higher education institutions to access Oracle Cloud Platform and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services via US regional networks and take advantage of the following benefits:
Penn State University researchers turn to Oracle's high-performance computing (HPC) on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
See how Oracle is helping Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, home to the world's largest laser, increase the reliability and availability of their infrastructure, reduce server expenditures, and give time back to science.
The CERN openlab Annual Report 2017 (PDF) describes how Oracle technology supported four key projects focused on:
Discover how Oracle IaaS provided Interactive Scientific with a stable, real-time simulation engine that enables people to interact with scientific simulations around the world.
Find out how Oracle is helping Bloodhound smash the land speed record.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) is turning to Oracle Cloud to see if its IT infrastructure can become more scalable, secure, and economical to operate.
See how Oracle has helped organizations use simulation tools to experiment with petabytes of data, Improve disaster recovery, and identify potential savings of more than US$156 million.
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