Scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center are using NoMachine remote access software to gain dependable access to HPC and data analysis resources. Headquartered in Seattle, the Center’s researchers are spread out at remote sites across North America and Europe. With NoMachine, the Center can connect 250-300 researchers to their HPC cluster, with up to 25 users connecting at the same time.
We needed a way to offer a Linux desktop interface to a lot of people without giving them each a physical system. This way we can concentrate our support efforts on high-performance computing, instead of desktop support,” explained System Administrator Carl Benson.
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