IBM collaborates with Irish universities to solve complex business issues

“Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan TD today announced that IBM is establishing an exascale stream computing research ‘collaboratory’ in Dublin and the creation of 40 new jobs at IBM and local Universities. It is supported by the Government through IDA Ireland. An IBM collaboratory is a laboratory where IBM Researchers co-locate with a university, government, or commercial partner to share skills and resources to achieve a common research goal. A collaboratory allows IBM Researchers the opportunity to pursue research outside IBM’s labs and existing business units, by working with other institutions around the world that have different expertise, environments or access to partners …” (more)

[Finfacts, 24 November]

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