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08/04/2015
EU-funded researchers of the project G.EN.ESI have developed an online software platform to help household appliance designers make their products more energy efficient. Read more
08/04/2015
The EU-funded project COMIC has sought to reduce interference in wireless networks through advanced techniques. Read more
08/04/2015
Online retail and similar systems often make inappropriate recommendations. The EU project CARS has introduced systems that use contextual relationship algorithms to better determine a user’s likely preferences. Read more
08/04/2015
Using innovative new technology, the EU-funded MOSAIC project has reconciled the need for robust surveillance with the right to privacy. Read more
08/04/2015
The finalists of the EU eHealth Competition for SMEs are now known. The winners will be awarded during the opening plenary of eHealth Week 2015 in Riga. Read more
07/04/2015
This report was prepared in the framework of a contract between the European Commission (DG Connect) and the European Audiovisual Observatory. Read more
07/04/2015
Network technologies at the core of the digital economy and society: the EU vision on 5G in the realisation of the digital single market and the preparation for large scale testing of the internet of things. Read more
From 28/05/2015 to 29/05/2015
Dublin, Ireland
The main goals of the second European Exascale Software Initiative (EESI2) were to elaborate an evolutive European vision and roadmap and to propose recommendations to address the challenges of Extreme Data and Extreme Computing on the new generation of Exascale computers expected in 2020. Read more
26/05/2015
Dublin, Ireland
The European Exascale projects organise a European Exascale workshop addressing especially industry, together with PRACEdays15. Read more
03/04/2015
Energy efficiency is already a primary concern for the design of any computer system and it is unanimously recognized that future Exascale systems will be strongly constrained by their power consumption. This video gives a quick overview about the Mont-Blanc project, whose aim is to to design a new type of computer architecture capable of setting future global HPC standards, built from today's energy efficient solutions used in embedded and mobile devices. Read more

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