Lenovo cloud infrastructure powered by Intel®
Xeon® Platinum processors is enabling
collaboration and new types of research
projects to support AI & HPC workloads at the
University of Victoria.
The University of Victoria (UVic) is one of Canada’s leading research universities. Its
campus on Vancouver Island is home to more than 22,000 students and hundreds of
researchers, as well as some of the country’s leading research institutes.
A Compute Canada Advanced Research Computing (ARC) data center on campus
provides high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructure and services not only to
research teams at the university itself, but also to other institutions across Canada and
around the world. The research projects that the center supports involve online machine
learning, big data analytics, and collaborative computing.