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Title: Date published Abstract Partner
Leaflet: ProCurve Networking partners with CERN to unlock the secrets of the universe 15 Oct 2008 CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research), is the world's largest particle physics research laboratory. HP
Advert in CERN Courier: 15 petabytes. And a network that can handle it 15 Oct 2008 CERN & HP ProCurve. As the principal networking provider for CERN, HP ProCurve is proud to celebrate the official LHC start-up. HP
Blog: Does an Invite-only Event Make e-business Standards Visible? 3 Oct 2008 ISO's press release on 2 October 2008 cites Alan Bryden, ISO Secretary-General who concludes with three key actions to sum up the workshop recommendations for standardizers: ensure interoperabili Oracle
Poster: Messaging System for Grids in the WLCG Monitoring Context 15 Sep 2008 Authored by Daniel Rodrigues and James Casey (CERN IT/GS), this work is part of the CERN openlab / EDS collaboration and the CERN-IT Grid Services Group.
Press note: CERN and Oracle: Demonstrating value when Industry and Research meet 15 Sep 2008 Oracle has been collaborating with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the world's largest particle physics laboratory and the birthplace of the World Wide Web, for the past 26 Oracle
Case study: Recreating the Big Bang 1 Jan 2008 Next-generation Quad-Core Intel®Xeon® processor 5400 series delivers significant performance and energy gains, advancing CERN’s studies into the origins of the universe Intel
Poster: Visualizing the state of the grid with Gridmaps 1 Jan 2008 GridMaps are based on a novel use of Treemap visualizations in the context of the Grid.
Advertisment: 15 petabytes of data (1) 15 Jun 2007 'CERN uses ProCurve switches because we generate a colossal amount of data, making dependability a top priority'. HP
Advertisment: 15 petabytes of data (2) 15 Jun 2007 'CERN uses ProCurve switches because we generate a colossal amount of data, making dependability a top priority'. HP
Webpage: Big Bang : HP aide le CERN à décrypter les secrets de l'univers 15 Jun 2007 De quoi est constitué l'univers ? La matière ordinaire ne représente que 4 à 5 %. Qu'en est-il du reste ? HP

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