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Intersect launches Space digital storage system for researchers

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Intersect Space product

Designed and constructed by researchers for researchers, Space.intersect.org is a large-scale, high-performance, collaborative and cost-effective digital storage system for research data.

AARNet  provides the high-capacity network infrastructure that enables researchers using Space to store, retrieve and share large volumes of data quickly and securely. AARNet interconnects Space across Australian university campuses, medical research facilities and critical eResearch infrastructure such as high-performance computing facilities and a range of service providers. AARNet also connects Space to the international research and education network community.

Space is a flexible system offering researchers four easy-to-use data storage options to meet the varying needs of researchers, with Intersect people on hand to assist with solving data challenges.

Find out more about Space at  Space.intersect.org

 


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