CSC - IT Center for Science Ltd. is a non-profit, state-owned company administered by the Ministry of Education and Culture of Finland. CSC maintains and develops the state-owned centralised IT infrastructure and uses it to provide nationwide IT services for research, libraries, archives, museums and culture as well as information, education and research management.
DeIC - Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation was established with the purpose to support Denmark as an e-Science nation through delivery of e-infrastructures (computing, storage and network) to research and researchbased teaching. DeIC was established under the Ministry of Higher Education and Science in 2012. Organizationally, DeIC belongs to the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation and is not an independent legal entity.
The Nordic e-Infrastructure Collaboration (NeIC) is an organisation that facilitates the development and operation of high-quality e-Infrastructure solutions in areas of joint Nordic interest. The NeIC is a distributed organisation consisting of technical experts from academic high-performance computing centres across the Nordic countries.
The Icelandic University Research Network (RHnet) was formally established on january 24, 2001. Its objective is to link together Icelandic universities and research institutions by means of an high capacity computer network, and supply services in the field of computer communications, both domestically and internationally. RHnet is a limited company, founded with the sole aim of enhancing the level of communication within the Icelandic university and research community, and serve as its gateway to international networks. The company handles relations with NORDUnet, which is the collective university and research net of the Nordic countries. RHnet operates from Tæknigarður which is a part of the campus at the University of Iceland.
UNINETT Sigma2 AS manages the national infrastructure for computational science in Norway and offers services in high performance computing and data storage. The services are organized in research infrastructure projects, financed by the Research Council of Norway and the University of Bergen, the University of Oslo, the University of Tromsø and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.