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Grid Computing News from Brazil! — published 08/06/2007

Brazil is in the spotlight this month with news on current Grid adoption and the BELIEF-EELA Conference on e-Infrastructures, 25-28 June 2007 in Rio de Janeiro.

EGEE '07 - Registration and Call for Exhibition Open! — published 29/05/2007

EGEE '07 - Registration and Call for Exhibition Open! To register for the conference, tourist programmes and to make a hotel reservation, please fill in the on-line registration form or the downloadable version. One form has to be filled in for each delegate.

European Grid technology project eXtreemOS banks on open source — published 28/05/2007

The XtreemOS project (Building and Promoting a Linux-based Operating System to Support Virtual Organizations for Next Generation Grids) aims at investigating and proposing new services that should be added to current operating systems to build Grid infrastructure in a simple way. XtreemOS targets the Linux well-accepted open source operating system extending it to Grid with native support for virtual organizations. One of the most important challenges in XtreemOS is the identification of the basic functionalities which are to be embedded in the Linux kernel.

The first EGEE Industry Forum Newsletter featuring a Special Report on Finance out now! — published 23/05/2007

The quarterly Industry Forum newsletter brings our 280+ Industry Forum (IF) members business-related news from the project, as well as updates on developments and trends in Grid adoption across diverse industry groups. The EGEE Project Newsletter is also out today!

Doing Business with EGEE - EGEE Business Associate, GridwiseTech explain 'How to cut Processing Costs with Grid Computing' at OGF20/EGEE User Forum, May 2007, Manchester, UK — published 22/05/2007

Doing Business with EGEE! GridwiseTech, EGEE Business Associate, explain 'How to cut Processing Costs with Grid Computing' at OGF20/EGEE User Forum, May 2007, Manchester, UK, Europe's largest Grid event. Press Release out now!

Universities Prepare as Physicists Plan to Pop Protons — published 21/05/2007

The world's largest science experiment, a physics experiment designed to determine the nature of matter, will produce a mountain of data. And because the world's physicists cannot move to the mountain, an army of computer research scientists is preparing to move the mountain to the physicists.

Joint OGF20/EGEE User Forum is Europe's biggest Grid event ever! — published 14/05/2007

Manchester, UK provided the backdrop to Europe’s biggest grid event ever with over 900 participants attending the 20th Open Grid Forum & the 2nd EGEE User Forum. This joint event brought added value to attendants from both enterprise and science, paving the ground for better communication between end-users & experts, as well as key standards enabling scientific discovery and enterprise value.

Early Bird Registration until 31st May 2007 to the BELIEF-EELA Conference — published 10/05/2007

Early Bird Registration to the BELIEF-EELA Conference open until 31st May 2007

OGF20 - User Forum: Users set the standard — published 09/05/2007

Manchester, 9 May 2007 – Today, the 2nd User Forum of the Enabling Grids for E-sciencE project opened with keynote presentations from Ian Bird, the manager of the EGEE Grid infrastructure, and Mark Linesch, the head of the Open Grid Forum.

OGF20/EGEE User Forum: Enterprise Issues Workshops — published 04/05/2007

The Press Release for Enterprise Issues Workshops at OGF20/EGEE User Forum is out now!

Summer Schools in Grid Computing — published 03/05/2007

The fifth in the highly successful series of International Summer Schools in Grid Computing will be held at Gripsholmsviken Hotell & Konferens of Mariefred, Sweden, near Stockholm, from 8th to 20th July 2007. The application deadline has been extended to May 15 - so if you haven't registered yet, please do it now!

Fourth EELA Bulletin — published 02/05/2007

The fourth EELA Bulletin is now available. Main highlights of this issue: EELA 4th Workshop and 9th Tutorial for Grid users & Administrators, Colombia; Special reports on forthcoming 1st BELIEF-EELA International Conference; BELIEF project; Updates from EELA as the project celebrates its first birthday.

EGEE Industry Forum Co-hosts Enterprise Workshops at OGF20, 9 May 2007, Manchester, UK — published 27/04/2007

The EGEE Industry Forum has announced that it is to co-host four workshops on enterprise requirements within OGF20. The workshops will examine issues common to a number of industry groups: autos & aerospace, financial services and pharmaceuticals. The Workshops conclude with a cross-industry requirement discussion bringing together individual firms from these sectors.

The deadline for saving up to $100 on OGF20/EGEE User Forum registration is this Friday, April 27 at midnight US Central time. — published 24/04/2007

The deadline for saving up to $100 on OGF20/EGEE User Forum registration is this Friday, April 27 at midnight US Central time. With over 700 grid leaders, technologists, and users registered, you won't want to miss the premier grid and distributed computing event of the year.

GEANT2 link-up complete — published 23/04/2007

Europe’s digital infrastructure recently received a boost with the announcement that a new converged optical-data network has been successfully brought online. The new network, linking Europe’s educational and research networks, will enable scientists to communicate and share data with maximum reliability and protection. High speed core links are designed to carry up to 40 connections of 10Gb/s each, allowing speedier transmission of information, further integrating the European research community.

GARR technological partner of the 3rd Italian – Japanese Networking Symposium: Technology of the latest generation for Cultural Heritage - PR — published 19/04/2007

 

GridwiseTech Exclusive Report on Open Source Portals — published 17/04/2007

EGEE Business Associate GridwiseTech has released an exclusive report on Grid-Compliant Open Source Portals which is targeted at technology investigators from various business sectors who are in the process of selecting portal technologies suitable for their specific needs.

GridwiseTech_PR.pdf — published 17/04/2007

 

Funded places available for e-Science MSc at Edinburgh — published 16/04/2007

Funded places are still available for admission to the e-Science MSc/Diploma at the University of Edinburgh in 2007/08. This unique degree is taught by staff from the University's Schools of Physics and Informatics, as well as the National e-Science Centre, and provides students with coverage of the principles underpinning e-Science and Grid computing, as well as practical experience of many of the main technologies used within academic e-Science research and analogous parts of the commercial IT sector.

Gridwisetech to publish Exclusive Report on Grid-compliant Open Source Portals — published 13/04/2007

GridwiseTech, vendor-independent Grid computing expert & EGEE Business Associate, is soon to publish an exclusive report on Grid-compliant open source portals. This report is addressed to technology investigators operating in the business sector.

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