National Center for High-Performance Computing

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Taiwan's National Center for High-Performance Computing (NCHC) (國家高速網路與計算中心), founded in 1991, is one of nine national-level research laboratories under Taiwan’s National Applied Research Laboratories (NARL). The NCHC is Taiwan’s primary facility for high performance computing (HPC) resources including large-scale computational science and engineering, cluster and grid computing, middleware development, visualization and virtual reality, data storage, networking, and HPC-related training. The NCHC is also responsible for the operation of the 20 Gbit/s Taiwan Advanced Research and Education Network (TWAREN), the national education and research network of Taiwan. The NCHC supports local academia and industry with hardware and software, advanced research and application development, and professional training.

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