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For over 15 years the Tasmanian Partnership for Advanced Computing (TPAC) has provided eResearch services and infrastructure to the University of Tasmania and its partners. Partnerships with IMOS and CSIRO have produced the recently released Marine Virtual Laboratory (MARVL), hosted on the Nectar Research Cloud.

From its location at the University of Tasmania, TPAC provides high performance computing facilities, expertise and educational programs to the Australian and International research communities. TPAC also hosts infrastructure and provides ongoing support as part of NCRIS (National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy) funded Nectar (National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources) and Research Data Services (RDS).