On October 15th, RCC installed a new Enterasys Layer 3 backbone switch in Morse Hall. The upgrade provides Morse Hall occupants with many benefits, including:
Reduced power consumption
Less network configuration needed
Efficient options to broadcast data, such as video
Integrated security options
Ability to support IPv6
Huge increase in available IP address space
The switch upgrade is part...
Two recent awards to UNH from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) program have allowed UNH to purchase a focused ion beam scanning electron microscope and an isotope ratio mass spectrometer. The new instruments will help a wide range of faculty and students conduct innovative research; further graduate, undergraduate, and K-12 STEM (Science, Technology,...
RCC staff member Tucker Hurton, RCC student operator Kellie Fleitman and Obliterase president Steve Wood attended the Spiceworld IT conference in Austin, TX from September 23rd to the 25th. There they debuted Obliterase, a secure data erasure product engineered by RCC. Obliterase is available through the newly launched Spiceworks App Center, making it instantly visible to over 5 million IT...
RCC is excited to welcome Drupal programmer Erin Dame to the Software Development Group. Erin has been working with RCC as a contractor on the Institute for Health Policy and Practice Medicaid Quality Information System (MQIS) project since December of 2013. As a full time staff member, Erin will continue to apply his skills to MQIS as well as to other new projects requiring Drupal web...
The Operating Innovative Networks (OIN) workshop was held on the UNH campus August 26 – 27, 2014. The workshop brought together networking experts from around the country to train university network engineers to build networks to support data intensive science.
In attendance from RCC were Rob Anderson, Patrick Messer, Mark Maciolek, and Tom Baker. Participants learned about science DMZ...