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Creating a global open research platform to better understand social sustainability using data from a real-life smart village
In this project, a team of BU faculty will team up with Red Hat researchers and with SmartaByar, an organization specializing in Smart Villages, to create a global, open research platform where researchers can collaborate to define a link between well-being and eco-smart cities. To study social sustainability, the researchers’ platform will leverage real-life data from Veberöd, Sweden in a virtual “village”.
The latest standards powering our open source smart village project underway at the Red Hat Collaboratory By Chris Tate, Principal Consultant, Red Hat Do you believe that software can help communities and build a better world, but find it challenging to get started? I don’t like to wait for the right software to come along—instead, […]
An open, inclusive culture is one of Red Hat Research’s not-so-secret ingredients for forging innovative research collaborations. In this interview, Senior Distinguished Engineer Larry Woodman explains how the DE community and Red Hat Research play complementary roles in advancing cutting-edge open source technology—and how others can get involved. A researcher and engineer with over 36 […]
by Gordon Haff, technology advocate at Red Hat Where do people come together to make cutting-edge invention and innovation happen? The corporate lab One possible answer is the corporate research lab. More long-term focused than most company product development efforts, corporate labs have a long history, going back to Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory in […]
We are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Red Hat Collaboratory Research Incubation Awards. The awards are part of a joint effort between Red Hat and Boston University (BU) aimed at recognizing, supporting and funding research in cloud computing, and to advance the state of the art in open source technologies such as distributed systems, security, operating systems, and networking.
A collaborative research project between Red Hat and Karlstad University, Sweden, yielded multiple publications in its second year [Year 2 Report PDF]. The project, Building the next generation of programmable networking—powered by Linux, aims to enhance the capabilities of the eXpress Data Path (XDP), a high-performance data path integrated into the Linux kernel that permits […]
Twenty-two leading European organizations from 11 countries have joined forces to tackle the challenges of the IoT-edge-cloud paradigm. The proliferation of novel computing and sensing device technologies and the growing demand for data-intensive applications in the edge and cloud are driving the next wave of transformation in computing systems architecture. The resulting paradigm shift in […]
Red Hat Research Days Talk: Endure: A Robust Tuning Paradigm for LSM Trees Under Workload Uncertainty
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