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SRT-15 Results to be Presented at the SAP TechEd 2012

Results of the SRT-15 research project will be presented at the SAP TechEd 2012 Conference, to take place in October 2012 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. SAP TechEd is the premier technical conference offering over 1,000 hours on SAP technologies, focused on SAP NetWeaver, analytics, and mobile platforms. Thousands of SAP customers, prospects, partners, consultants, and employees attend SAP TechEd each year. For more information please visit:

Yahoo! Donates 60 Servers for SRT-15

They have sent millions of message for two years, but they are now used for research and teaching at the University of Neuchâtel. Offered by Yahoo! Iberia, partner of the University of Neuchâtel in the SRT-15 project, these 60 high performance servers will be used for the development and large-scale evaluation of software for the SRT-15 project. For more information please read the press release (in French).

Internet of Services 2011

SRT-15 research project will present at the Internet of Services 2011 collaboration meeting for FP7 projects which takes place on 28th and 29th of Sptember in Brussels, Belgium.

SRT-15 will present two demos in the Quality of Service & Service Level Agreements and Real-Time Data Management and Processing sessions.

SRT-15 First Interim Review

The first SRT-15 interim review is taking place on 8th of April 2011 in Brussels, Belgium.

SRT-15 Consortium Meeting in Champéry, Switzerland

The first SRT-15 consortium meeting will take place on the 3rd and 4th of March, 2011 in Champéry, Switzerland. The consortium meeting is led by Prof. Pascal Felber and Dr. Etienne Rivere from the University of Neuchâtel.

SRT-15 Kick-Off Meeting in Dresden

The SRT-15 Kick Off Meeting will take place on the 21st and 22nd of October at the SAP Research in Dresden, Germany.

Web site online!

We have just completed a first version of the SRT-15 Web site! It supports per-partner blogs, RSS feeds, and much more.

More information will be added as the project progresses toward its objectives.

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