Darkstrand matches known, vetted resources to business needs. The Darkstrand Network is already connected leading institutions to help speed real-time collaboration, regardless of distance. Clients can be teamed with experts in one specialty, or linked to groups in cross disciplines.
Darkstrand has experience around contracts for defined projects, extending project work and long-term R&D relationships. Darkstrand management and planning accelerates your company from basic to applied R&D and from innovation to market.
For more than two decades, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center has partnered with major corporations to meet critical scientific, engineering and business challenges viewed as beyond reach. PSC provides an integrated HPC environment, deep technical support and Ph.D-level consultants to fast forward discovery in science, engineering and advanced computing.
PSC has nationwide relationships with research institutions and can pull together the cross-discipline talent you need for real collaboration. The technology-rich community in Pittsburgh includes PSC partners Carnegie Mellon University, Westinghouse Electric and the University of Pittsburgh, site of the renowned UP Medical Center.
The PSC tool box is tailored for competitive advantage:
PSC invites industry to discover the potential of real-time, collaborative HPC on the Darkstrand Network. Corporations that have partnered with us to advance the future include: Alcoa, Westinghouse, Electric DuPont, PPG Industries, Chevron Oil Field Research, McDonnell Douglas.
A full list of software can be found at http://www.psc.edu/general/software/.
The Ohio Supercomputer Center provides supercomputing, networking, research and educational resources to a diverse state and national community, including education, academic research, industry and state government.
Blue Collar Computing™ (BCC) provides high performance computing (HPC) solutions for industrial partners. Established in 2004, the Blue Collar Computing program assists businesses in the application of computational science to product development, design, and management. The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) works with a number of businesses and manufacturing organizations to apply our expertise and infrastructure to solve challenging computational problems in science and engineering.
Companies with existing simulation and modeling applications can use OSC's capacity to meet needs beyond their current infrastructure. Companies new to HPC modeling and simulation can tap the power of OSC's integrated HPC solutions.
The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) provides access to high performance computing (HPC) systems, including (in part):
A full list of software can be found at: http://www.osc.edu/supercomputing/software/.