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Supporting closer collaboration between academia and industry through the power of supercomputing and deep learning – Case Study

Working in partnership with the STFC Hartree Centre

The installation of the UK’s first Bull Sequana X1000 supercomputer represents a major collaboration between the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Hartree Centre and Atos. The partnership between the two organisations focuses on addressing the Government’s Industrial Strategy, which encourages a closer working relationship between academia and industry. This is encapsulated through the development of High Performance Computing (HPC) and Deep Learning technologies combined with the SME Harbour North programme, which enables small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to get the most out of these technologies.

Read our case study for further information on driving economic impact to the UK, delivering world class supercomputing and bringing innovation to your fingertips through new HPC and Deep Learning as a Service offerings.


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Supporting closer collaboration between academia and industry through the power of supercomputing and deep learning – Case Study

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