Tuesday, February 14, 2017

아일랜드 IT 연구소들

Nokia Bell Lab, Ireland

Dublin based scientists at Bell Labs were instrumental in the development of the award-winning lightRadio® cube. Scientists here focus on algorithms, RF hardware, and system designs for the next-generation of small cells. Data analytics, network systems and cloud computing are also part of the research program in Dublin.

IBM Research, Ireland

At IBM Research - Ireland our scientists and engineers are helping clients and partners make better decisions using an array of cognitive IoT technologies and expertise. Together we are testing new technologies on real business problems and discovering new growth opportunities.
We are focused on Cognitive IoT, Cognitive Integrated Healthcare, Interactive Reasoning, Data Centric Computing, Cloud and Privacy. Our research teams are collaborating with academic and industrial partners on several projects including research programs established by the European Union Horizon 2020 as well as pioneering collaborative projects developed side by side with University College Dublin scientists in our collaboratory.

Intel Labs Europe Open Lab – Ireland

The ILE Open Lab - Ireland, located on the Intel Ireland campus in Leixlip, Co. Kildare, is home to two research labs; the IoT (Internet of Things) Systems Research Lab and the Cloud Services Lab.  The Open Lab’s facilities include physical laboratories, offices, meeting and demo spaces as well as innovation/collaboration studio spaces.

The IoT Systems Research Lab conducts research focused on the Internet of Things with a particular emphasis on distributed edge computing, Machine to Machine (M2M) communications, IoT Applications, and data analytics.  The Lab also manages a Connected Cities research portfolio which includes the Intel Collaborative Research Institute (ICRI) for Sustainable Connected Cities located in London - www.cities.io. The IoT Systems Research Lab applies a ‘Living Lab’ approach for elements of its research by developing open-innovation ecosystems and partnerships to validate research through real world deployments and test beds. The Living Lab concept has been used in a number of cities including in Dublin, London and San Jose, California.

The Cloud Services Lab’s research agenda is focused on interoperability, dependability and platform/service differentiation for Cloud Computing across compute, storage, and network technologies.  Specific research topics include instrumentation and manageability of Cloud and Network infrastructures, open interface specifications, service level agreements, context awareness, and digital preservation.  The Lab’s research output includes usage models, prototypes, technologies, and open standards which enable dependable cloud environments and support automatic discovery and selection of optimal platform services.  The Lab is also actively advancing management framework processes for technology adoption.

Accenture, Ireland

Microsoft, Ireland

SAP Business Objects (Predictive Analytics)

Academic Research Centres:

ADAPT, Insight Centre
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