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Europe’s Leading Public-Private Partnership for Cloud

The Helix Nebula Initiative is a partnership between industry, space and science to establish a dynamic ecosystem, benefiting from open cloud services for the seamless integration of science into a business environment. Today, the partnership counts over 40 public and private partners.

HN in the Press

 "Helix Nebula initiative democratizes big science and big data by leveraging the cloud" was published on TechRepublic, on July 16, 2014. The article focuses on the Helix Nebula initiave and features an interview with CloudSigma's Robert Jenkins.  

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European Providers to Support a New Cloud Computing Marketplace for Science, Building on the Helix Nebula Initiative press release published on PR.com.

Publication of the European providers to support a new cloud computing Marketplace for Science, building on the Helix Nebula Initiative press release.

Publication of the European providers to support a new cloud computing Marketplace for Science, building on the Helix Nebula Initiative press release.

The Helix Nebula " European providers to support a new cloud computing Marketplace for Science, building on the Helix Nebula Initiative" press release published in AlphaGalileo.

Net-Cloud magazine gives you a glimpse of activities, policies and projects that have kept the European Commission busy throughout 2013 and that will continue to impact 2014 and H2020.

You can read about Helix Nebula in page 18 of the Net-Cloud magazine.

Helix Nebula mentioned in the European Cloud Partnership steering board press release along with their document “Establishing a Trusted Cloud Europe”.

Helix Nebula is found in iMentors' mapping e-infrastructure initiatives list.
iMentors is a e-infrastructure monitoring evaluation and tracking support system that has mostly to do with all e-infrastructure development projects of Sub-Saharan Africa. It is a project co-funded by the European Commission's DG CONNECT under the 7th Framework Programme.

ISGTW international science grid this week, interviews Wolfgang Lengert, manager of two separate Earth-observation satellite missions at ESA, about the ‘Big data from space’ event that ESA hosted in June in Frascati, Italy.

The article "The Science Cloud Cometh" presents the Helix Nebula as an Infrastucture, an Open Software and Network Layers and makes references to its Scalability and Customization.

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