Red Hat, Intel, and UMass Lowell collaborate on large-scale vRAN readiness as part of Open Source Technology Lab pilot

As part of a pilot initiative at the Open Source Technology Lab (OSTL), Red Hat, UMass Lowell, and Intel announced the outcome of a collaboration to showcase the readiness to deploy vRAN workloads at scale, from both a COTS hardware and open container standard...

Research in AI, hybrid cloud, edge, and data privacy wins Red Hat Collaboratory awards

The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University has announced the recipients of its 2024 Research Incubation Awards. Twelve new and renewed research projects received nearly $2 million in funding to support research in topics ranging from reconfigurable hardware to...

AI product strategies and research topics highlighted at Red Hat Colloquium

AI technology is developing so quickly that by the time an enterprise implements a solution, it can easily be out of date. How do you know whether you’re pursuing a sound long-term strategy or just chasing the next shiny thing? In addition, the massive scale of AI...

Dynamic Infrastructure Services Layer: Putting the benefits of programmable hardware within reach

The pressure on developers to optimize applications for speed, performance, and efficiency keeps growing. Imagine if, instead of just modifying source code or linking in more efficient libraries, you could also customize your hardware stack to meet your specific...

Research in AI for automotive and distributed systems wins recognition

Papers from two projects based at the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University have been recognized for excellence at preeminent research conferences. Both projects were recipients of the Red Hat Collaboratory 2022 and 2023 Research Incubation Awards. Details about...

Research launched to optimize an open source software ecosystem for EU processors

Red Hat Research has joined industry and university partners as a contributor to the Accelerated EuRopean clOud (AERO), a collaborative software development project that complements the European Processor Initiative (EPI), one of several European Commission (EC)...

Cloud computing, observability, and security research featured at SYSTOR 2023

By Anastasia Braginsky The 16th ACM International System and Storage Conference (SYSTOR), held June 5-7 in Haifa, Israel, featured five posters highlighting Red Hat-sponsored research projects that target challenges in cloud implementation strategy, storage...

Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University announces Request for Proposals for 2024 Grants

The Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University has announced details on the Request for Proposals (RFP) for 2024 Grants. The goal of the program is to enable collaborative research between Boston University researchers and Red Hat engineers. Projects must be open source and should generally focus on problems of distributed, operating, security, or network systems whose solution shows promise for advancing their field and impacting industry.

Going to Red Hat Summit? Look for Red Hat Research and Emerging Technologies

Engineers and researchers from the Red Hat Research and Emerging Technologies groups will feature recent work and a glimpse of where open source technology will go next at the upcoming Red Hat Summit, May 23-25. Interactive sessions, hands-on labs, and demos include...

Watch recordings of the Mass Open Cloud Alliance Workshop

Over 30 Red Hatters attend the 2023 Mass Open Cloud (MOC) Alliance Workshop on March 20 - 21, 2023, at Boston University.  Recordings of each day of the event are available (see below with the schedule - currently unedited), and we will announce in the coming...
Red Hat Research brings sustainability to the edge

Red Hat Research brings sustainability to the edge

A data-science-driven sustainability project supported by Red Hat Research was recognized as a FIWARE iHub at the 2023 FIWARE Summit in Vienna, Austria. Based on the SmartaByar smart village in Sweden, the project was a recipient of the Red Hat Collaboratory at Boston University Research Incubation Award in 2022 and 2023. FIWARE describes iHubs as centers for accelerated growth that support companies, cities, and developers in their innovation and digitalization journey by offering easy access to open source technologies, business development support, and community building.