By Andy McFarlane on Mar 25, 2009
ERC 2009 kicked off today in fine style with an afternoon of varied and stimulating talks from Sun experts and education leaders.
The event began shortly after 2pm CET with a warm welcome from Robert Bergkvist, Director of GEH Europe at Sun, who gave an overview of Sun's role in the education and research space.
Building on that theme, Joe Hartley explained why communities are important to Sun's educational strategy, and Peter Tandy gave insight into Sun's Open Storage Strategy. Prof Alexander Reinefeld then poke about the future of storage and data management at the Large Hadron Collider.
Jonathan Schwartz made a guest appearance by video, and Steve Heller rounded things off with a talk on the subject of collaborative environments and tools for distributed work environments.
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