On August 21, 2015 UNH hosted the first-ever users’ conference for the award-winning UNHCEMS®. The full day program was the result of the collaborative efforts of the Office of Environmental Health & Safety, the Research Computing Center, and UNHInnovation. The attendees represented 20 different institutions from Minnesota to New England (unfortunately, our partner in Texas was turned back by...
On January 15th, a van left UNH Durham for the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) in Holyoke. Inside was a group of individuals from UNH IT and the Research Computing Center with interest in this unique collaborative effort.
The MGHPCC supports the high performance computing (HPC) needs for the most research-intensive universities in Massachusetts: The University of...
Allan Wright is the manager of RCC’s Software Development Group. He oversees seven full-time staff people and a contract programmer. Allan’s the point-person for the RCC-developed Events Management System and provides programming and training to users at many USNH sites.
Allan started his career at RCC as a student operator. After graduating with a degree in Computer Science, he went to work...
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...
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...