Access Grids at RIT

The first Access Grid at RIT was started by Research Computing in 2006 in CASCI, the Center for Advancing the Study of CyberInfrastructure. The Access Grid is a research project originally funded by DoE and managed by Argonne National Labs. It is an open, media rich environment that is used by over 200 registered sites worldwide today. The ICE (Interactive Collaboration Environments) Lab in CASCI is currently building out a number of Access Grid nodes at RIT as well as integrating other collaboration technologies into an advanced collaboration infrastructure for RIT.

RIT Access Grid Nodes

(see map for locations)

NTID Sprint Relay Lab

ICELab in CASCI

Library Public CyberPortal

CASCI Conference Room

Center for Imaging Science

Munsell Color Science Lab

IT Collaboratory

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