Faculty and other eligible PIs at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health are provided no-cost access to the FAS RC (Research Computing) high-performance computing cluster. The system underwent a significant upgrade in 2019 and the new system known as Cannon is up and running.
Key features and benefits
- 100,000 cpu cores
- 3000+ nodes
- 500 terabytes of RAM
- 40 petabytes of storage
Core Service - Provided at no cost
Standard services are paid by the School – above standard services (e.g. secure servers or higher volume compute) would incur costs to the PI. Your account includes support from the entire FAS Research Computing team