The Georgian High Energy Physics Institute of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University will use Cloud infrastructure that was established with the support of the EU-funded EaPConnect project, according to a new Memorandum of Cooperation. The cooperation between GRENA, the Georgian Research and Educational Networking Association, and the institute will provide Cloud resources that include 12 core, 64 GB RAM, 10 TB storage and IT support. These resources will be used for scientific research using KM3NeT, the neutrino telescope research infrastructure in the Mediterranean sea.
The memorandum was signed by Mikheil Nioradze, Director of the High Energy Physics Institute of Tbilisi State University, and by Ramaz Kvatadze, GRENA’s Executive Director.
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