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Jisc announce new deal to support UK education and research networks

30 April 2019

Jisc and SSE telecoms have announced the launch of the Janet South network and an extension of UK Backbone network partnerships which aim to connect UK education and research facilities with speeds of up to 100Gbps

Xilinx to acquire Solarflare

25 April 2019

The FPGA developer Xilinx has announced that it will acquire Solarflare Communications, the California based company that specialises in cloud datacentre hardware and software

IDT and iGEM partnership helps young researchers innovate in synthetic biology

24 April 2019

Integrated DNA Technologies (IDT) has announced that it is once again partnering with the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation to support young researchers and promote scientific progress.

AMD powers Corona cluster for HPC analytics at Livermore

16 April 2019

Lawrence Livermore National Lab has deployed a 170-node HPC cluster from Penguin Computing.

GE Healthcare’s AI platform to integrate with ACR AI-LAB

10 April 2019

The American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute (DSI) has launched its ACR AI-LAB software platform securing GE Healthcare as a key collaborator

Matereality adds laboratory information management to its material data management software

10 April 2019

The latest release of Matereality Version 12 software can be used in conjunction with eLim, a new bolt-on for companies to manage and operate their test labs

ACD/Labs Launches Katalyst D2D to automate high throughput experimentation

10 April 2019

ACD/Labs has announced the launch of a new web-based application in support of high throughput (HT) experimentation. Katalyst D2D offers a single interface for high throughput experimentation and parallel synthesis

CERN unveils its Science Gateway project

08 April 2019

CERN has announced a new facility for scientific education and outreach called the Science Gateway. The purpose of the project is to create a hub of scientific education and culture to inspire younger generations

Scientists use aerodynamics to reveals new insights in Paralympic cycling

03 April 2019

A project carried out at the National University of Ireland Galway and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and KU Leuven has been exploring the role of aerodynamic science in Paralympic cycling

Intel announces 10nm Intel Agilex FPGA products

02 April 2019

Intel has recently announced a new range of FPGA’s known as Intel Agilex which are aimed at data-centric applications. The new product family has been designed to solve challenges across embedded, network and datacentre markets.

Onscale raises $10 million from Intel Capital and Gradient Ventures

02 April 2019

OnScale, a provider of Cloud-enabled engineering simulation software, has announced $10M in Series A funding led by Intel Capital and Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused venture capital fund. Additional investors include Thornton Tomasetti, Stage 2 Capital, Cultivation Capital, and CampbellKlein.

Siemens aims to accelerate production facilities

27 March 2019

Siemens has launched an initiative to enable fast ramp-up and reconfiguration of production facilities together with partner companies from the mechanical engineering, automotive, robotics and information technology industries

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