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Hobbit so far. Hobbit is now one year old!
Dec 16, 2016HOBBIT during its first year was very active in several areas: members of the consortium attended a number of academic and industry-related events and conferences and published a number of posts on several topics related to benchmarking. Furthermore, members of the HOBBIT community were asked to complete a Survey that allowed HOBBIT partners to clarify the requirements for the HOBBIT benchmarks and platform.
The ceremony of the 2016 Award for Excellence in Academic Teaching "Vassilis XANTHOPOULOS - Stephanos PNEVMATIKOS"
Nov 21, 2016The ceremony of the Award for Excellence in Academic Teaching "Vassilis XANTHOPOULOS - Stephanos PNEVMATIKOS" will be held at the main Hall of the old Parliament in Athens on December 08 2016, at 19.00 p.m.
FORTH-ICS announces its collaboration with Audyssey Laboratories Inc.
Nov 07, 2016The Ιnstitute of Computer Science (ICS) of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), Heraklion, Crete, announced today the start of a collaboration with leading US audio solutions provider Audyssey Labs, located in Los Angeles, California, USA. Audyssey and FORTH have signed a licensing agreement that allows audio processing intellectual property developed by FORTH to be included in Audyssey’s suite of technologies offered to its customers.
More computations for less energy – the European way. New approach for ARM-based technology to halve the cost of powering data centers
Nov 03, 2016EUROSERVER, a leading EU-funded research project, is paving the way toward lower energy consumption in data centers. Based on the concept of chiplets, where multiple silicon subsystems are mounted in an integrated device, along with an associated new groundbreaking system architecture, the project has enabled more energy-efficient servers and has even inspired startups motivated by the new technology.