Research computing at Indiana University began in 1955, long before most other universities. Since then, we’ve played a major role in the evolution of IT. We’ve charted new territory in research hardware, software, storage, and support, and shared our vast experience to the betterment of networks and cybersecurity initiatives worldwide.
In October 2020, the NSF awarded Indiana University nearly $5M to support the TransPAC5 network, extending more than 20 years of collaboration in the Asia-Pacific region. The NSF also awarded IU $10M to build Jetstream2, a successor to the NSF’s first production science and engineering cloud system.
The experts at our two security operations centers, ResearchSOC and OmniSOC, work day and night to protect higher education resources and the nation’s greatest research.