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  • Transition From ACENET Computing Clusters to New National Systems Has Begun October 2, 2017 - Users of ACENET’s four main advanced computing clusters (Mahone, Fundy, Placentia and Glooscap) have begun to migrate their data and get set up on one of the new Compute Canada state-of-the art systems. The process will be complete by 31 March 2018, at which time these four clusters will be decommissioned...
  • CANARIE Awards $2M in Funding for the Evolution of Existing Research Software to Support New Disciplines September 21, 2017 - CANARIE, a vital component of Canada’s digital infrastructure supporting research, education and innovation, today announced the recipients of funding who will adapt their existing research platforms (also known as Science Gateways or Virtual Research Environments) so that they may be re-used by other research teams, including those working in different research disciplines...
  • Visualizations Wanted: Enter the Visualize This! Challenge September 20, 2017 - The Visualize This! Challenge is back! Now in its second year, this Canada-wide competition aims to celebrate the innovative ways visualization can help researchers explore datasets and answer important scientific questions. Visualize This! is your chance to challenge your creativity, experiment with new visualization tools, and contribute to the growth of data visualization in Canada!..


ACENET is a consortium of Atlantic Canadian post-secondary institutions providing desktop access to advanced research computing resources, collaboration and visualization tools, storage, software, training, and support. Our experts help local researchers and industry use advanced computing to accelerate discovery and innovation in Atlantic Canada.

If you are a researcher, institution or company in Atlantic Canada and your needs have outgrown your laptop, you’re having difficulties with commercial cloud platforms, or you can’t afford expensive hardware and software, we might be able to help.

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