ARCHIVED: About the XSEDE 2.0 project (Retired)

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The XSEDE project ended August 31, 2022, making way for the Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem: Services & Support (ACCESS) project, a new NSF project that began September 1, 2022. For more, see the ACCESS website.

XSEDE 2.0 was a National Science Foundation (NSF) project supporting the continuation and evolution of the original, NSF-funded Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) project.

Like the original project, XSEDE 2.0 was a virtual organization committed to enabling and accelerating transformative open science and engineering research by broadening participation in the US open science and engineering community, investigating and implementing innovative services to accommodate evolving user demand and emerging technologies, and providing advanced high performance computing (HPC) and visualization systems, state-of-the art software, expert operations and support professionals, and training, education, and outreach programs that enhance the productivity and capabilities of its researchers.

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