Consortium

Partners in the consortium come from both industry and academia, and represent:

IBM Haifa Research Lab – HRL is recognized as a center of competence in system technology and virtualization in particular, and is involved in advanced research and development in these areas. A recent achievement of HRL is a key contribution to the development of the IBM Virtualization Manager product. HRL is the Project Coordinators for RESERVOIR.

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Telefónica Investigación y Desarrollo – the research arm of the Telefónica Group, which is one of the world’s largest telecom companies

University College of London – One of the premier universities in the United Kingdom with a strong emphasis on research

Umeå University – The largest and oldest university in northern Sweden with over 27,000 students

SAP Research – The technology research department of SAP, the world’s leading provider of e-business software solutions
Thales – A global electronics group with industrial operations in nearly thirty countries

Oracle provides software and hardware to businesses of different sizes in 145 countries across the globe.

Elsag Datamat – Resulting from the integration of Elsag and Datamat in 2007, Elsag Datamat is a company in the Finmeccanica group one of the world’s largest industrial conglomerates

Universidad Complutense de Madrid – The DSA-Research Group at Universidad Complutense de Madrid conducts research in advanced distributed computing and virtualization technologies for large-scale infrastructures and resource provisioning platforms, being involved in several research and development initiatives in Grid and Cloud Computing. DSA-Research coordinates the Activity on Management of Virtual Execution Environments

CETIC – An applied research centre focused on Information and Communication Technologies

University of Lugano – Founded in 1996, is part of the Swiss University System

The University of Messina – Founded in 1548, UniMe has around 40,000 students and 1,600 staff

The OGF.eeig standards organization – Represents the European Chapter of the Open Grid Forum (OGF) Economic Interest Group