September 19, 2022 | For Immediate Release

CHICAGO, September 19, 2022 — Globus enables Europe’s leading research institutions to eliminate many common research  data management hurdles. Over the past year, European organizations that joined the Globus subscriber community include the Max Planck Computing and Data Facility (MPCDF), Vlaams Supercomputer Centrum, and the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF).

September 8, 2022 | For Immediate Release

CHICAGO, September 8, 2022 — As the volume of data explodes, and gigabyte and terabyte data sets become the new norm, effective research data management tools become a necessity for today’s researchers.  Globus, a non-profit service run by the University of Chicago, delivers a service and platform to do just that. Globus achieves sustainability via a hybrid free and subscription-based model whose primary goal is to maximize the value delivered to science, and provides positive returns to scale as a result of a growing subscriber base.  

April 27, 2022 | For Immediate Release

Chicago–April 27, 2022 – The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $20 million over five years to the CONECT project, one of the projects under the Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem Services and Support (ACCESS) program announced in 2021.

March 2, 2022 | For Immediate Release

Singapore, March 3, 2022 - Globus received the Best Integrated Software Experience award at the annual Data Mover Challenge (DMC), a key event at the SupercomputingAsia (SCA) conference. This competition brings together experts from industry and academia to challenge international teams to come up with the most innovative solutions for transferring huge amounts of data across servers around the world that are connected by 100Gbps international research and education networks.

November 16, 2021 | For Immediate Release

Award for Best HPC Collaboration recognizes leaders in the global HPC community

SC21, St. Louis, MO — November 16, 2021  — A broad coalition of collaborators

September 20, 2021 | For Immediate Release

Bio IT World, Boston, MA – September 21, 2021 – Today Globus announced support for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, providing the research community with secure, reliable, and easy to use data management services for Microsoft’s massively scalable and secure object storage for cloud-native and hybrid workloads, data lakes, high-performance computing, and machine learning.

July 8, 2021 | For Immediate Release

CHICAGO, July 7, 2021 – The Australian national research and education network AARNet, a non-profit provider of network, cyber security, data and collaboration services, has signed an agreement with Globus, a department within the University of Chicago, to add Globus as a research data management service. The Globus service, combined with AARNet’s high bandwidth connections, will enable researchers to securely and reliably, transfer and share data - and to rapidly move data between instruments, storage and computing facilities throughout the research data lifecycle.

May 12, 2021 | For Immediate Release

GlobusWorld, Chicago, ILMay 12, 2021 — Globus, a leading research data management service, today announced general availability of Globus for Microsoft OneDrive, which lets users connect OneDrive to their existing storage ecosystem and enables a unified interface for data transfer and sharing across diverse storage systems.

November 12, 2020 | For Immediate Release

SC20, Atlanta, GA and Chicago, ILNovember 16, 2020 — Globus, the leading research data management platform, today announced the general availability of Globus for iRODS, offering researchers an enhanced solution for policy managed data preservation. Using the Globus for iRODS connector researchers can access systems managed by iRODS via the same familiar interface they are accustomed to on other Globus-enabled storage.

November 9, 2020 | For Immediate Release

Chicago, ILNovember 10, 2020 — This year marks the tenth anniversary of Globus, which launched at SC10 as the “Globus Online” service to connect researchers and make large-scale data transfer accessible to any researcher with an Internet connection and a laptop. It would have been difficult to predict back then that Globus would become an essential service for over 150,000 thousand researchers around the world.