Starts deploying AI Platform, to support AI open innovation ecosystem in Taiwan, and accelerate Taiwan's AI research and industry.
The NCHC deploys the “Taiwania” petascale supercomputer, with 1.33 Pflops computational capacity
TaiWan Advanced Research and Education Network (TWAREN) upgrades to 100G Network Backbone
The NCHC launches Taiwan's first “Malware Knowledge DatabBase”
The DRBL/Clonezilla HPC Platform wins the "2008 Award for Outstanding Contributions in Science and Technology" from the Executive Yuan
The NCHC joins the HoneyNet international information security organization
The NCHC's central business unit Grid Operation/Knowledge Management Center was established.
The NCHC launchesTaiWan Advanced Research and Education Network (TWAREN)
The NCHC accepts the Executive Yuan's “Challenge 2008” mandate to develop and maintain the TaiWan Advanced Research and Education Network (TWAREN)
The NCHC assumes responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the TANet2 R&D network
The NCHC headquarters opens its doors to the public and begins providing HPC services
The NCHC headquarters is established in the Hsinchu Science Park
The Executive Yuan approved the 5-year plan of development for the NCHC
The NSC and Ministry of Education (MOE) formed a committee to conduct a feasibility study.
Taiwan's National Science Council (NSC) suggested planning a supercomputing center to assist researchers on a national level.