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Big Science Business Forum 2018

26-28 February 2018 | Kopenhagen, Denmark

Science data at your fingertips

The Open Telekom Cloud in Copenhagen: Some 700 scientists are gathering at the Big Science Business Forum. Deutsche Telekom will also be there with the motto: “Science data at your fingertips.”
Open for your business, closed for everybody else
T-Systems’ Open Telekom Cloud is an effective alternative to existing public clouds. It is tailored to the specific needs of businesses – including global players and small, regional organizations. Service agreements are governed by German legislation. Simple, secure and affordable.
What does scientific research have to do with the cloud? Quite a lot – just look at the several scientific applications hosted in the Open Telekom Cloud. This OpenStack-based infrastructure is especially interesting for researchers, because many institutes already use systems based on OpenStack. So it’s little wonder that Open Telekom Cloud experts will have their own booth at the Big Science Business Forum at the end of February in the Danish capital Copenhagen.
Alongside representatives from the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the European Space Agency (ESA), many other respected institutions are scheduled to attend. More than 700 participants will be able to choose from around 120 lectures over the course of the three-day conference. They’ll also have a chance to visit some 70 exhibitors, including the Open Telekom Cloud at Booth 19. But what exactly does the public cloud have to do with scientific applications?

CERN and the Open Telekom Cloud: Particle physics in the cloud

In fact, quite a lot. For example, CERN has used the Open Telekom Cloud for the past two years to access up to 1,000 virtual machines with 500 terabytes memory and a bandwidth of 10 gigabytes per second for highly complex particle physics calculations.
Deutsche Telekom aims to deepen its connections with the scientific community at the Big Science Business Forum in Copenhagen. Its motto for the event is: “Science data at your fingertips.” “Users from this area aren’t just interested in cost-efficient IT systems, they also want to be able to integrate this infrastructure into their own systems both quickly and without a huge effort – which is exactly what we offer with the Open Telekom Cloud,” says Jurry de la Mar, Account Director at T-Systems. “Our presence in Copenhagen bears the motto: ‘Science data at your fingertips.’ I’m looking forward to speaking with lots of interested potential users while we’re there.”