The company filing the most patents in Europe isn't in fact a European business, according to the continent's patent watchdog.
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A raft of recently released data on Nokia's performance over the last year is giving some insight into how the Finnish phone maker is doing in Europe and beyond.
Europe could step in to solve more patent disputes, as Microsoft and Apple respectively gang up against Motorola over claims its licensing of patents is unfair.
CERN, the European Space Agency and European Molecular Biology Laboratory have partnered up to launch a joint cloud computing platform called Helix Nebula.The 'science cloud' is designed for the large-scale data-crunching that Europe's scientists need to do.
Samsung is being formally investigated by the European Commission's antitrust authorities, over claims it "abusively" distorted competition in the region.
The European Commission and SamKnows have launched a project to map out broadband performance across Europe and have issued a call for volunteers to measure their home connections
The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe was inaugurated on Wednesday, in a bid to create a persistent high-performance computing infrastructure for European researchers
The company has raised revenue by 35 percent from last year, aided by strong performance in Europe, China, Japan and consumer spending
There are several issues inhibiting the growth of cloud computing including a lack of accepted international standards, concerns about security, concerns about audit ability, concerns about performance and the fact that many workloads are made up of components that would be difficult to re-host.It appears that Zimory has thought deeply about these issues and has patents pending on solutions to many of these issues. Some issues, on the other hand, such as automatically re-hosting ill-behaved, badly designed components will require some re-coding.
European users have been posting complaints on Apple's discussion forums about poor download performance from .Mac servers.
Intel late last week denied charges of anticompetitive behaviour in Europe, hinting that rival AMD was responsible for its poor performance.
In a test of over a thousand Web sites in Europe, Linux-based servers were found to be faster and more reliable than sites based on Microsoft's IIS Web server software.WatchMouse, a Dutch firm that monitors server performance, based its research on a survey of over 1,500 European Web sites.
I've long taken a dim view of software patents. I wrote this piece as far back as 2003, arguing that Europe should avoid copying the American approach to software patents, both because they are unnecessary to spur innovation and because it would be useful for Europe to demonstrate why.
Strong results have given Cisco a boost, despite a lacklustre performance in Europe
Software patent campaigners have reacted with surprise to an apparent change in the European Commission's stance on those patents.The Commission said last week that computer programs will be excluded from patentability in the upcoming Community Patent legislation and that the European Patent Office will be bound by this law.
Apparent U-turn on the extent to which software can be patented leaves patent opponents scratching their heads.
This time the debate around software patents in Europe is going to be 'bigger and more complex' according to an anti-patent campaigner
The European Commission is again trying to get the Community Patent adopted, but an Appeals Court judge claims the original proposal 'fell flat on its face for very good reasons'
A U.K. startup company, Omneta plc, is about to build a distributed supercluster able to reach a peak performance of 120 teraflops for a sustained performance of about 70 teraflops. This supercomputer, which would become the most powerful in Europe, will be made of several thousands of Apple Xserve G5 servers and should be commercially available next year.
Next version of General Public License may restrict companies from using patents against free software, FSF Europe president says.