The Alan Turing Institute and Intel form strategic partnership

11 November 2015 Professor Andrew Blake, director of The Alan Turing Institute The Alan Turing Institute and Intel have agreed to form a long term strategic partnership to deliver a research programme focussed on high-performance computing and data analytics. Researchers from both organisations will work together on the programme alongside co-funded research fellows and software engineers. In addition, Intel will dedicate a hardware architecture team at the Institute’s facilities so that algorithms developed by The Alan Turing Institute feed into the design of Intel’s future generations of microprocessors. Christian Morales, corporate vice president and general manager Intel EMEA, said: “With the right combination of people and technology, Big Data has the potential to solve big problems in public health, medicine, science, agriculture and engineering.” As well as conducting research, the…


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