Ann-Christin Uusitalo Eriksson
TF enhetschef/Manager Business DevelopmentContact Ann-Christin
Technology creators, business development organizations and science parks from 8 European countries are working on developing a large-scale computing (LSC) environment where non-IT users and IT developers can cooperate for free on mutual data challenges.
The project BalticLSC is set out to enable and offer large-scale computing for small and medium sized companies. The vision is to lower thresholds to use high-performance computing (HPC), Big Data and large-scale AI computing.
The consortium with partners from all countries around the Baltic sea (Germany, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Lettland, Litauen, Denmark and Sweden) met in June at the Great Falls close to Luleå, Sweden (picture above). The project is led by Warsaw University of Technology and RISE is the hardware platform partner. The workshop was very fruitful to enable next steps in the project.
Other than Sweden