News Release 18-038
NSF supports development of new nationwide data storage network
The Open Storage Network will enable researchers to manage data more efficiently than ever before
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Alex Szalay, professor of astronomy and computer science at Johns Hopkins University (JHU), leads the Big Data revolution at the university as the director of the Institute for Data Intensive Engineering and Science. He is shown in the Data-Scope, a resource for computationally-intensive computing at JHU.
Credit: Johns Hopkins University
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