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Working in partnership with the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre

Encouraging closer collaboration between academia and industry through the power of supercomputing

The UK’s first Bull Sequana X1000 supercomputer at the Hartree Centre, represents a major collaboration between STFC Hartree Centre and Atos.


Talk to our HPC and Big Data Expert

Andy Grant

Vice President – HPC & Big Data

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The partnership is focused on addressing the Government’s Industrial Strategy which encourages a closer working relationship between academia and industry, including:

  • A High Performance Computing (HPC) as a Service Offering (HPCaaS) providing an extremely beneficial way for organisations both large and small to take advantage of extreme computing performance through easily accessible cloud portals without having to become experts on the underlying technology
  • ‘Deep Learning’ as a service (DLaaS); an emerging cognitive computing technique with broad applicability from automated voice recognition to medical imaging
  • Enhancing small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) access by encouraging high-tech business innovation amongst the SME community across the UK.

Our video highlights the latest developments in the project, and the strong partnership between Atos and STFC Hartree Centre.

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Hartree Centre to take delivery of powerful new generation supercomputer

Contact Andy Grant - Freephone: 0800 783 3040