Information Services and Systems manages a range of externally and internally funded projects. Some further information on these projects is provided below, please see the projects own websites for more detailed information.
Coalfield Web Materials provides a unique insight into the social, political and cultural life of the South Wales Coalfield during the 19th and 20th centuries. The site includes:
- clips from audio and video interviews, ranging from significant political and trade union leaders to men who worked in the coal mines and their families
- photographs which illustrate all aspects of life in the coalfield
The Welsh Video Network is supported by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) of the Welsh Government, the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) and through customer subscription. It is thanks to the vision and foresight of the funding bodies and their commitment over the past ten years that has meant that the Welsh Video Network has existed to encourage and facilitate increased adoption of videoconferencing across Wales. A steering group including representation from the major stakeholders meets regularly.
HPC Wales is an innovative collaboration which gives businesses and researchers access to world-class, secure and easy to use high performance computing technology.
Our supercomputing infrastructure and service is unique to the UK. In partnership with Fujitsu and universities across Wales, we offer the supercomputing power, high level skills training and customised support necessary to help address global challenges, accelerate scientific breakthroughs and answer long-standing questions.