The virtual half-day event will provide participants with information on the Horizon Europe Cloud-Edge-IoT call as well as the possibility to network and forge partnerships with experts from academia, research and innovation, industry and SMEs.
Advanced and Cloud Computing
Get all the information you need to apply for the DIGITAL call on secretarial support for the two digital Industrial Alliances
The European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA) is organising an Info Day on the first Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital calls. The event is meant to prepare applicants to draft the best possible proposals.
The Commission has launched the first calls for proposals under the digital part of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF Digital) programme.
It will be dedicated to “retro-fitting” the existing energy and/or transport infrastructures with the required cross-border digital infrastructure.
The main objective of this CSA is to accelerate the development of edge computing solutions as part of 5G corridors and 5G local communities and to ensure an integrated approach with the development of European federated cloud and edge infrastructures funded under CEF Digital and Digital Europe.
This topic will support the deployment of a recursive European DNS resolver service infrastructure serving socio-economic drivers, public, corporate and residential internet end-users in the EU, and offering very high reliability and protection against global cybersecurity threats and those specific to the EU (e.g. phishing in EU languages).
CEF Digital aims to stimulate the commercial offering of cloud services throughout the EU. The cloud capacity will be strengthened and users will have access to multiple computing resources as a result of the projects supported by CEF.
The Commission adopted the first Work Programme for the digital part of the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF Digital), which defines the scope and objectives of the EU-supported actions needed to improve Europe's digital connectivity infrastructures for 3 years.
The multiannual financing decision, constituting the multiannual work programme for the implementation of the Connecting Europe Facility – Digital sector for the period 2021-2025, was adopted on 16 December 2021.
On 14 December, the thirty-nine confirmed first members of the European Alliance for Industrial Data, Edge and Cloud convened for the first time at a kick-off event hosted by the Commission.
This is the final report of the conceptualization study “Building a European Cloud Marketplace”, entrusted by the European Commission to CapGemini Invent. The main objective of the study is to offer a conceptualization framework for the topic “Marketplace for federated cloud-to-edge-based services” as included in the Digital Europe Work Programme 2021-2022.
On 9 December 2021, Roberto Viola, Director-General of Communications Networks, met with Artur Coimbra de Oliveira, Secretary of Telecommunications at the Ministry of Communications of Brazil, to discuss joint cooperation ahead of the next EU-Brazil Digital Economy Dialogue.
The European Alliance for Industrial Data, Edge and Cloud has kicked-off its work in December 2021. Via a Call for proposals funded under the Digital Europe Programme (DIGITAL), the European Commission is looking for an organisation or consortium that will serve as external secretariat of the Alliance and support its operational activities
As part of the EU Flagship Quantum Technologies, researchers at the Institute for Experimental Physics of the University of Innsbruck, Austria, have built a prototype for a compact quantum computer.
As “5G’s great potential brings some security challenges”, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity – ENISA – has published a study on the “Threat landscape for 5G networks” as well as contributed to the “EU 5G Toolbox”. In this video interview, Dr. Louis Marinos, ENISA Senior Risk Management Expert, explains the key measures and recommendations for creating and running secure 5G networks.
High Performance Computing (HPC) is a crucial technology that offers new opportunities, reshaping the way we receive and provide health services. The COVID-19 outbreak has further demonstrated that HPC is a major asset in fighting against the virus.
The third edition of the Digitising European Industry Stakeholder Forum took place in Madrid from the 13th to the 15th of November 2019.
Over the last years, the performance of computing devices has significantly increased. This has a crucial impact on each aspect of our lives. With innovation happening faster than ever, and new facets of ICT emerging so rapidly, this Connect University session explored the seventh edition of the HiPEAC vision, covering the following topics: business, technology, society and Europe’s position in the world.
Are you planning to submit a proposal to the 2019 calls in the area of digitising industry? A web-based info session will offer all the details for applicants interested in the relevant calls with deadlines in the coming months (28/3/2019 and 2/4/2019).