Video: Inside the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute

March 13, 2012

Facilities, Technology

The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute (MSI) provides high-performance computer resources to researchers from across disciplines. The institute also serves businesses that want to avoid costly investments in staff or equipment they may need only occasionally.

Check out our short interview and photo series to learn more.

Need some supercomputing?

For a reasonable fee, companies and other organizations can access MSI’s supercomputing facilities, technical consulting and training. Other external services include programming assistance, database development, advanced visualization services and more. Current MSI partners include Cargill, Sheerwind and Syntiron.

See a summary of MSI’s paid services and email to get started.

Save the date!

If you want a closer look at MSI research, don’t miss the upcoming MSI Research Exhibition, taking place on April 13, 2012. The event is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served. The afternoon includes a judged poster session featuring a range of MSI researchers.

Video produced by the Office of Business Relations
Cinematography/editing: Eve Daniels
Photography: Andria Peters
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