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The Hartree Centre’s high performance computing (HPC) capabilities are helping Rolls-Royce plc to model and improve component design in its world-renowned jet engines more rapidly and cost-effectively to maintain its competitive edge.
As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to gains traction, the STFC Hartree Centre has demonstrated the opportunities and possibilities – plus its own relevant expertise – by turning Daresbury Laboratory into a ‘connected campus’.
The Hartree Centre has helped Constelcom prove the feasibility of a remote data visualisation platform designed to make it easier for businesses to harness high performance computing (HPC) services.
The team behind TravelAi turned to the ESA BIC Harwell to make a transformation into a scalable platform technology with global ambitions.
STFC-funded hybrid technology, evolved from space physics, combines gamma and optical imaging to improve the accuracy of cancer diagnosis.
The ESA BIC Harwell has part-funded a leading British scientist to assist SubTeraNDT in scaling down space technology to use in their innovative detector.
Intense computing at the Hartree Centre is playing a pivotal role in the BrainFrame collaboration, which aims to enable in-depth computer simulations of brain function that are much faster and much cheaper to run.
The Hartree Centre uses one of Mellanox’s products to enable its customers to work on its powerful supercomputing infrastructure simultaneously and privately.
The Hartree Centre’s on-demand high performance computing (HPC) service enCORE, delivered by OCF, enabled small engineering consultancy QED Naval to run complex simulations four times faster than using in-house systems.
The Hartree Centre’s world-class data analytics capabilities have helped KnowNow Information create a unique data resource designed to revolutionise emergency planning and response.