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East Carolina University's High Performance Computing (HPC) environment provides solutions specifically optimized for performing complex technical research computing jobs. HPC, also known as Research Computing or Scientific Computing, exists to execute tasks which exceed the capability of desktop computers, whether sorting large datasets, solving complex numerical problems, or repeating large calculations.

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  • HPC, also known as Research Computing or Scientific Computing, exists to execute tasks which exceed the capability of desktop computers, whether sorting large datasets, solving complex numerical problems, or repeating large calculations. 

    Additionally, The Department of Biology maintains two HPC machines to facilitate and improve research in bioinformatics, large-scale ecosystem analysis, spatial statistics and phylogenetic analysis. Recognizing the importance of the research that this type of resource can help address, the High Performance Computing Core at East Carolina provides computational power and technical support to both academia and industry. These services are available to faculty and students within the University system and are available at negotiated rates to other academic institutions, government, and industry.