BEBA holds the promise for future-proof, efficient, and easy to administer network devices capable to be repurposed so as to meet emerging needs.
BigDataStack introduces a pioneering technique for seamless analytics which analyses data in a holistic fashion across multiple data stores and locations, handling analytics on both data in flight and at rest. Complemented with an innovative CEP running in federated environments for real-time, cross-stream processing, predictive algorithms and process mining, BigDataStack offers a complete suite for big data analytics.
Blue Cloud implements a practical approach to address the potential of cloud based open science to achieve a set of services identifying also longer term challenges to build and demonstrate the Pilot Blue Cloud as a thematic EOSC cloud to support research to better understand & manage the many aspects of ocean sustainability, through a set of five pilot Blue-Cloud demonstrators.
BMI provides guidance on choosing private vs. public, and building a private cloud data center.
A partnership between IBM and BNP Paribas, a leading bank in the eurozone and a prominent international banking institution. IBM proposed a new IT infrastructure management for BNP Paribas Group’s Retail and Insurance branches across France, and in doing so, created BNP Paribas Partners for Innovation (BP²I), the IT Services company equally owned by BNP Paribas SA and IBM.
The Casette dispenser can be seen as a multifunctional edge IoT device able to run cloud-native applications locally that have been developed as a part of a larger architectural digital transformation of the company.
Bright Computing is a Dutch, venture-backed tech company, and is a partner of the European Technology Platform For High Performance Computing, and has already reached a mature position in the High Performance Computing Cluster Management market.
Brønnøysundregistrene develops and delivers public registries.
BRZ delivers shared IT infrastructure, application and end-user support services.
Guidance on choosing private vs. public Building a private cloud data center
C4E produces a high quality cloud computing environment for public sector needs, validated through a pre-commercial procurement (PCP).
CACTOS copes with the challenge of optimizing the mapping of services to a variety of different resources, which are both hardware and software related (e.g. high bandwidth demands), and require topology aware mapping. This mapping needs to consider placement of the services across geographically distributed centers and demands new intelligent and cross-domain integration of actual and historical usage data.