The Spanish Supercomputing Network (RES, from Red Española de Supercomputación) is a distributed supercomputing infrastructure composed of different nodes spread all over Spain, each of which contributes to the total processing capacity made available to Spanish R&D users and groups through competitive, peer-reviewed calls.
The RES provides supercomputing resources, together with technical support services to users and complemented with specific training. The coordinating institution is the National Supercomputing Center in Barcelona (BSC-CNS).
From now on, the RES will also offer archival services. The Archival Resources call will open in November each year, when researchers can request to store, share, publish, or connect large data sets with data and/or computing services on the data nodes of the RES. This call is aimed at scientific groups requiring to store large volumes of data as part of their exploitation services.
For more information and how to apply, visit https://www.res.es/en/access-to-res. The application forms will be available by December.