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National and multi-purpose grids

These grids can be used for any research project approved by grid members.

Who are they?
Acronym Where are they and what do they do?
Open Science GridOSGU.S. grid computing infrastructure supporting scientific computing via open collaboration. Read more in iSGTW
Southeastern Universities Research Association GridSURAgridConsortium of Southeastern U.S. organizations collaborating and combining resources to build a grid infrastructure. Read more in iSGTW
TeraGridTeraGrid U.S. supercomputing grid with a dedicated high-speed network. Read more in iSGTW
Texas Internet Grid for Research and EducationTIGRETexan grid integrating computing, storage, visualization laboratories and displays, instruments and sensors.
Enabling Grids for E-SciencEEGEEEuropean-funded worldwide grid infrastructure giving researchers access to computing power and storage capacity. Read more in iSGTW
National Research Grid InitiativeNAREGIJapanese project developing operational middleware for large-scale, widely-distributed computing environments.
NorduGrid Nordic collaboration developing and supporting the free Advance Resource Connector (ARC) grid middleware.
Swegrid Swedish computational resource.
TW Grid Taiwanese grid computing portal and infrastructure for grid applications in academia. Read more in iSGTW
INFNGridINFNGrid Italian grid infrastructure originally focused on physics but now branched out to additional areas.
Western Canada Research GridWestGridCanadian high performance computing, networking, and collaboration tools. Read more in iSGTW
UK National Grid ServiceNGSCore UK grid for the production use of computational and data grid resources.
Grid-Ireland Irish grid services for universities and research institutions.
Northwest Indiana Regional Computational GridNWICGPartnership between Purdue University(West Lafayette), Purdue University(Calumet) and the University of Notre Dame.
Pacific Rim Applications and Grid Middleware AssemblyPRAGMACollaboration of Pacific Rim institutions in developing and deploying grid-enabled applications and infrastructure.
Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing ApplicationsDEISAConsortium of European supercomputing centres that operates a distributed supercomputing environment.
DutchGrid Dutch platform for grid computing and technology.
Open Bioinformatics GridOBIGridJapanese collaboration developing life science application services.
GridPPGridPPCollaboration between the UK and CERN to enable grid-powered particle physics research. Read more in iSGTW

New Zealand's science and technology grid, enabled by the high-speed KAREN network. Read more in iSGTW

EUMEDGRID The EUMEDGRID initiative aims to set up in the Mediterranean a grid infrastructure for Research.
EUChinaGRID EUChinaGRID is an initiative to extend the European GRID infrastructure for e-Science to China.
Norwegian Grid Initiative
 NorGridThe NorGrid initiative coordinates and operates the national grid infrastructure in Norway.

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