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HORNET - The Johns Hopkins Research Network

 

The Johns Hopkins Research Network (HORNET) is the high speed network platform designed to support the Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center (MARCC). Purpose built as a network optimized for speed, its core is a 100-Gigabit backbone that links together researchers and their big data resources at MARCC, the JHU Homewood Academic, and the JHH East Baltimore Medical Campuses together. HORNET also enables Johns Hopkins researchers to collaborate with more than 210 U.S. educational institutions, 70 corporations, and 45 non-profit and government agencies using 10- and 40-Gigabit Globus Data Transfer nodes and a 100-Gigabit Internet2 connection.

 

MARCC - Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center

 

The Maryland Advanced Research Computing Center (MARCC) is a Top 10 US University HPC center located on the Bayview Campus of Johns Hopkins University. MARCC is a shared computing facility jointly managed by Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland College Park. MARCC is funded by a State of Maryland grant to Johns Hopkins University through IDIES and its resources are available to researchers all across Maryland. MARCC manages high performance computing, highly reliable data storage, and provides collaborative scientific support to empower computational research, scholarship, and innovation.