Access to Computing Resources Critical to Furthering Fight
Posted May 09 2012 10:10am
The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center can now provide
employees with remote access to high-performance computing, data
analysis, and administrative resources thanks to NoMachine software.
NoMachine allows Center researchers to maintain rigorous research
schedules, no matter where they are located. The Center consists of
more than 3,000 staff, including world-renowned scientists and Nobel
Laureates, who are dedicated to understanding, treating, and
preventing cancer, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases.
Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, researchers are also spread out
at remote sites across North America and Europe. With NoMachine, the
Center can connect 250-300 researchers to the high-performance
computing (HPC) cluster, with up to 25 users connecting at the same
For more information read the full news release here: http://www.neondrum.com/public/public_release.php?id=1226