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More SMEs getting into SHAPE on the French Riviera

Author: Paul Graham
Posted: 7 Dec 2016 | 13:37

SHAPE is a pan-European programme that promotes high performance computing adoption by SMEs (small to medium sized enterprises), and is supported as part of the PRACE initiative. So far SHAPE has helped 29 companies benefit from HPC.

Get into SHAPE! Removing barriers to HPC adoption for SMEs

Author: Paul Graham
Posted: 13 Apr 2016 | 14:47

SHAPE (SME HPC Adoption Programme in Europe) is a pan-European initiative supported by PRACE (Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe). The Programme aims to raise awareness and provide European SMEs with the expertise necessary to take advantage of the innovation possibilities created by high-performance computing (HPC), thus increasing their competitiveness. SHAPE allows SMEs to benefit from the expertise and knowledge developed within the top-class PRACE Research Infrastructure.

In good SHAPE in Barcelona

Author: Paul Graham
Posted: 25 Jan 2016 | 10:42

SHAPE is a pan-European programme that supports HPC adoption by SMEs (small to medium sized enterprises).

Dinosaurs in Europe!

Author: Paul Graham
Posted: 16 Apr 2013 | 23:18

Day 1 of the fifth PRACE industry seminar, and attendance is high, despite losing a delegate in the tour of the Mercedes production line this morning (really!). A day of interesting talks but I think the main outcome has been the opportunity for potential collaborators to meet, make new contacts and get the best advice as to how to enhance their business via HPC.

PRACE Industrial Seminar 2013

Author: Paul Graham
Posted: 10 Apr 2013 | 10:20

Next week sees the fifth PRACE seminar for industry users being held at Bad Boll, near Stuttgart in Germany.

The seminar targets industrial users of HPC, who will have an opportunity to learn how PRACE resources, expertise, education and training can contribute to their business success. The seminar will act as a forum to develop or strengthen links with CEOs, CTOs, CIOs and R&D managers coming from large corporations and SMEs, as well as Independent Software Vendors.