Idaho National Lab Breaks Ground on Computing Research Facilities

Published 5-1-2018

Idaho National Laboratory and the Idaho State Board of Education broke ground in April of 2018 on two new research facilities in Idaho Falls. The 80,000-sf Cybercore Integration Center will provide advanced electronics labs where industry, government, and academic partners can engage in collaborative cybersecurity research. The 67,000-sf Collaborative Computing Center (C3) will feature a supercomputer for advanced simulation and modeling operations. The estimated construction cost of both facilities is $75 million. The Idaho State Board of Education will retain the economic benefit that will be created by the financing, construction, and operation of these facilities, which will be managed by Battelle.