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New Mills School Updates IT Infrastructure

Press coverage highlights from story: ComputerWorldUK, Business college updates IT to cope with new computing curriculum Education Technology, New Mills School prepares for Computing curriculum New Mills School, the Business and Enterprise College, with the help of Stone Group, a leading UK-based…

Southampton switches on one of the most powerful supercomputers in the UK

Press coverage highlights from story: ComputerWorldUK, University of Southampton flicks switch on top UK supercomputer InsideHPC, IBM’s Iridis4 Supercomputer Powers up in the UK EducationTechnology, Supercomputer Iridis4 launch The University of Southampton has flicked the on-switch for the most powerful university-based supercomputer in…

Demonstrating that Power Management is a Business Essential

PC power management technology manages the power used by PCs – driving down costs associated with wasted energy consumption, reducing carbon emissions and increasing working-day productivity. The market has a riot of willing suppliers – start-ups, established players and global…

BlueBEAR producing research simulations in less time

Press coverage highlights from story: InformationWeek, Birmingham amps up research with new Linux supercomputer DataCentreDynamics, Birmingham upgrades HPC capacity InsideHPC, BlueBear brings more HPC power to Birmingham University HPCwire, BlueBear cluster goes online in the UK Researchers across the University…

Spring Hackathon 2013 to Build Apps for Local Communities

Press coverage highlights from story: PublicTechnology.net, Getting local government excited about Digital by Default ComputerWorldUK, Hackathon shows how public sector data can be used for community apps Stone Group, the UK-based manufacturer of ICT hardware and services specifically for the public…

BETT’ing on Mantis show support

BETT is the UK’s largest education technology show. Taking place every 12-months, the show is attended by teachers, school leaders, ICT administrators, local government, suppliers, policy makers and even students. It has in excess of 30,000 visitors during the 4-day event.…