Wednesday, January 04, 2006
Building upon the company"s effort to foster world class research and create leadership opportunities for Hispanic students in information technology and engineering, IBM today announced it is teaming with Florida International University, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, University of Miami, Barcelona Supercomputing Center and Monterrey Tech to invest in the Latin American Grid initiative.
The LA Grid (pronounced "lah grid") program will link faculty, students and researchers from the world renowned IBM T.J. Watson Research Centers across the United States, Latin America and Spain to collaborate on innovative industry projects for applications in areas such as health care, life sciences and nanotechnology; and in regionally-specific concerns like hurricane mitigation. The use of a shared research and educational platform based on grid computing technology is made possible through Shared University Research awards intended to foster collaborative research and innovation between academia and industry.
Hispanic Business - IBM and Universities Launch Latin American Grid Computing Initiative
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- webmaster, at 4:08 AM
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