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  • Upcoming Events

    To keep you up to date for 2019 - all important upcoming events and conferences on IT, Big Data, VR, IoT and much more for you where you can meet us: E-world 2019, Essen 05.-07.02.2019, hall 1 - booth 1-204 CLOUD EXPO EUROPE, Excel, London 12.-13.03.2019, CLOUD EXPO area, booth…
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    January 17th, 2019
  • Cloud&Heat appoints Bill Joss as Chairman of the Board

    We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Bill Joss as Chairman of the Board for Cloud&Heat Technologies. Bill is the fifth member to join our Supervisory Board since November 2018. We would like to take this opportunity to ask Bill a few questions about himself and the plans…
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    December 14th, 2018
  • GPU cloud showcase: Neural Style Transfer parameter study using multiple Nvidia P100 GPUs

    As a showcase for Cloud&Heat's upcoming GPU cloud, this blog post summarizes the results of a hackathon organized by the IT team at Cloud&Heat. We set up and ran a Deep Learning application on four Nvidia Tesla P100 GPUs which we have in our lab for testing purposes. Introduction Deep…
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    October 23rd, 2018
  • SafeCloud research project successfully completed

    After three years, the SafeCloud project has been completed. The project's objective has been secure cloud data processing and storage. Cloud&Heat has taken part as a industry partner. We collaborated closely with INESC-ID from Portugal and TU München to test their security solutions. You can have a look at all…
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    October 5th, 2018
  • User Story: Graphicuss – a graphical discussion tool

    Cloud&Heat is growing out of its own start-up phase - now we are happy to support other young companies or university projects by ourselves, especially if that requires individual and scalable computing power, such as movebis in the past. This time we would like to introduce the project Graphicuss, a…
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    October 4th, 2018