Openlab, a collaboration between CERN and five companies to develop technology to underpin the Large Hadron Collider experiment, will next concentrate on challenges such as cloud computing.Openlab, which involves collaborative research between CERN and HP, Huawei, Intel, Oracle, and Siemens, officially went into its fourth phase on Wednesday.
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At the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, Andrzej Nowak, staff researcher at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, explains how the organization is working to understand the universe and is processing the data it collects.
The chip maker has formed a partnership with 70 other companies to pool resources in the field of cloud research, with the ultimate aim of establishing a federated cloud network
Intel has announced a new Many Integrated Core architecture for its Knights Ferry and Knights Corner platforms
Particle physics meets Plc
We enter the cavernous halls of CERN, ostensibly to hear about Intel's quad-core processors, but really to ogle at massive particle physics experiments and track down the world's first Web server
If this is Tuesday, it must be Switzerland. More specifically, I'm at CERN where Intel wants to tell a large gaggle of Emeahacks about quad-core processing.
Swiss scientists at CERN, the laboratory where the World Wide Web was developed, are enlisting the help of luminaries, such as Intel, HP and IBM, to test the big-bang theory.
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