CSRA Unveils New HPC Service Model to Bolster Info Processing Speeds

CSRACSRA will integrate information technology systems with high-performance computing services to help government agencies process information at a faster pace in a push to support decision-making speeds in areas such as climate change, scientific research and space exploration.

The company said Wednesday the new HPC service model will work to support HPC customer requirements within a common infrastructure and CSRA has developed a three-tiered architecture in a push to adapt to the evolving HPC landscape.

CSRA has worked to invest and expand its HPC capacity to comply with a growing demand for services from government agencies in the intelligence, national security and civilian communities, the company noted.

Paul Nedzbala, executive vice president of CSRA’s health and civil group, said the company works to utilize its strategic partnerships and unveil next-gen IT capacities such as cloud and data analytics to help boost the speed of research.

The company offers HPC services to federal agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NASA, National Cancer InstituteNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Institutes of Health.

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