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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 Media

The future for science in Europe is bright – and full of clouds! The International science grid this week covers the Helix Nebula partnership event which took place last week at the European Space Agency's ESRIN facility in Frascati, Italy.

Helix Nebula is No 8 in the Top Ten list of Cloud initiatives in 2012 of the HPC magazine. Helix Nebula is part of the list together with great initiatives for the cloud ecosystem launched in 2012 such as: Amazon web services, Open Cloud/ API initiatives and much more.

The feature "Helix Nebula sharpens up Europe’s cloud market" was published in the NES November Newsletter.

This report examines Helix Nebula and how it could serve as a prototype for Europe’s future cloud.

Today the article Helix Nebula sharpens up Europe’s cloud market has been published on Supercomputing online.

Last week EGI had its Fall Technical Forum in Prague, colocated with GlobusEUROPE. The honor of delivering the opening keynote went to Bob Jones of CERN, who started off with an overview of CERN's big data requirements and the progress of the EU Science Cloud, Helix Nebula.

ISC Cloud’12 Keynote Session to Investigate Helix Nebula, Europe’s Science Cloud - Article by Anna Schachoff, ISGTW, August 17th 2012

Helix Nebula Cloud Targets European Scientific Research - Article by Robert Gelber, HPC Wire, July 10th 2012

CORDIS News - 11 July 2012. An EU-funded project that was set up to create a cloud computing market for the public sector in Europe and support the massive information technology (IT) requirements of European scientists has just announced the initial deployment of its first flagship applications in high energy physics, molecular biology and natural disaster risk management...

In the Wake of the Higgs Boson: Helix Nebula – The Science Cloud, Article by Wolfgang Gentzsch, HPC in the Cloud, July 9th 2012

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