Hitachi Insight Group has announced the launch of the City Data Exchange for Copenhagen, a new solution for making public and private data accessible so that they can power innovation that can make smart cities of the future more sustainable, prosperous, and vibrant.
The project is a key initiative of the City of Copenhagen and the Capital Region; it supports not only their drive to become carbon neutral by 2025, but also offers a huge potential to improve the quality of life of citizens and boost the local economy.
Dynatrace has teamed up with Pivotal to deploy its application monitoring solutions for the Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) platform.
If you want to speed up your code, take a look at this case study https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/case-study-optimized-code-for-neural-cell-simulations?23052016 on optimised code for neural cell simulations. It’s written by Daniel Vea Falguera. He won an Intel competition to optimise the performance of code for cell clustering and 3D movement in a CERN brain simulation project.
Edmundson Electrical has added a new division to 23 of its nationwide branches, specifically aimed at the IT infrastructure and networking industries.
R&M is reporting on the successful beta test of the FO platform Netscale. The test partner is Cloud&Heat Technologies GmbH, an operator of cloud data centres in Dresden, Germany.
IO has announced that it will work with new customers to reduce the costs of physical migration to its Slough data centre, in conjunction with relocation specialist Technimove.
London and Bristol are Britain’s leading ‘smart cities’, according to new research commissioned by Huawei UK and conducted by Navigant Consulting.