About Us

The Research Computing Center (RCC) was formed in 1979 to support the needs of sponsored Research Programs at the University of New Hampshire. Reporting to the office of the Vice President for Research and Public Service, our goal is to provide computational and networking support to our customers, advise the university community on subjects pertaining to computing and communications, and to conduct research and testing to facilitate this mission.

Initial programs of the RCC focused on scientific software development, databases, statistical processing, CAD/CAM, computer graphics, and network design. Our programs have since expanded to include web/database programing and design.

The Research Computing Center operates and maintains the InterOperability Lab (IOL) which works with many corporations in resolving complex networking issues using state-of-the-art hardware and testing equipment.


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