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FGI - The Finnish Grid Infrastructure is a consortium of 9 Finnish Universities and CSC - IT Center for Science. The infrastructure is comprised of numerous computing nodes at each site, and can be accessed via Grid technologies and locally. Grid use greatly amplifies the amount of resources available to the individual user, and all the information for how to access and use this technology can be found in these pages. Other general information can also be found on CSC's FGI web pages.
FGI is part of European Grid Infrastructure (EGI)
The European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) links more than 18,000 researchers (and counting) to the distributed computing electronic resources (computing and storage) they need for their work. From huge international collaborations to small independent labs, scientists are accessing the software, services and tools EGI provides through a network of 350 resource centres across Europe (and beyond).
What's available: Local sites and their resources