Viewing entries posted in 2010
CANARIE provides Ontario Institute for Cancer Research with dedicated high-speed link to enable leading-edge research on cancer genome[Ottawa, Ontario April 6, 2010] Doctors and researchers working to understand how cancer develops and grows have access to a new tool in their arsenal: by using the power of the CANARIE Network, they can now share their findings and access large, sophisticated data sets from other cancer research institutes around the world through the International Cancer Genome Consortium.
(March 23, 2010 – Calgary, AB)
New partnerships, project developments, and milestones have kept us busy through the winter months. As we move into a busy spring, Cybera is pleased to share news of our activities with you. To read more, CLICK HERE.
Calgary, AB (March 15, 2010) – Open BSD, the free, multi-platform computer operating system best known for its integrated security features, has connected to CyberaNet, the high-speed network operated by Cybera. Bob Beck, a long-time Open BSD developer and Director of the Open BSD Foundation described the CyberaNet connection as “a huge win for us.”
(January 25, 2010 – Calgary, AB) – Cybera, a non-profit organization accelerating Alberta’s competitive advantage research and development, will host the Calgary node for Canada’s first “green” powered internet network. The GreenStar Network Project, an alliance of Canada’s leading IT companies, universities and international partners, has been funded by CANARIE, Canada’s research and innovation network, to develop an internet network where the nodes will be powered entirely by wind and solar energy.
Cheryl Croucher, the host of Innovation Anthology and “Canada’s voice of innovation” interviews Cybera President Robin Winsor about some of the services Cybera offers to Alberta’s entrepreneurs and business community. The interview broadcasted on January 12, 2010 on the CKUA radio network, and can be heard as a podcast by clicking here. Innovation Anthology profiles Canadian science, research and invention. Award winning broadcaster Cheryl Croucher talks to scientists and innovators across the country, bringing listeners the latest in Canadian ingenuity. – See more at: http://www.cybera.ca/content/cybera-featured-innovation-anthology#sthash.3qV8Hajl.dpuf