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TSSG play an active role in the EU – Brazil Cooperation activities for H2020

Mr James Clarke (TSSG) application to participate in the week-long series of events has been accepted by the B.BICE+ project selection committee.

Mr James Clarke (TSSG) application to participate in the week-long series of events has been accepted by the B.BICE+ project selection committee.

The second EU-Brazil Cooperation Workshop in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) – II EUBR 2014 took place from July 28th and July 29th, 2014 in Brasilia-DF, Brazil.  Mr. James Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunications Software & Systems Group (TSSG) made a presentation during the event entitled Inter-connected Continents: An EU-Brazil Cloud Infrastructure for Big Data, which included ideas for a proposal towards the EUBR1 element of the call.

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Dr Bilal Momani (TSSG) attends 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership / Awareness meeting in Brussels

photo1Dr Bilal Momani, Senior Software Researcher at Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunication Software and Systems Group (TSSG) attended the 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership / Awareness Meeting, which was held in Brussels during May this year.

The meeting was held to highlight, EU funded projects targeting Industry and other partners in a Public-Private Partnership within the Horizon 2020. Dr Momani, attended the meeting and presented a new approach to support the 5G technology namely ”Edge-as-a-Service” (EaaS) that targets the H2020 projects.

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Future Internet research experiment to observe this weekend’s Sean Kelly Cycle Tour

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TSSG’s Experimental Facilities Management (EFM) group will host multi-national company NEC this weekend in a highly innovative Future Internet research experiment involving cyclists from the Sean Kelly Cycle Tour in County Waterford.
Technologies that were developed as part of the successfully completed EU FP7 funded SOCIETIES Project, coordinated by the TSSG, have now been short-listed to play a significant role in NEC’s future corporate portfolio.

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Waterford Technologies Announces €500K investment in Product Development Programme with TSSG

Photo L-R: Lorcan Kennedy CTO Waterford Technologies, Robert Mullins Technical Lead TSSG, Denise Manton Research Unit Manager TSSG, John Brennan CEO Waterford Technologies.

Photo L-R: Lorcan Kennedy CTO Waterford Technologies, Robert Mullins Technical Lead TSSG, Denise Manton Research Unit Manager TSSG, John Brennan CEO Waterford Technologies.

Waterford Technologies is the market leader in email and file archiving solutions and today announced a joint development programme between themselves & Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunication Software and Systems Group (TSSG).

This builds on the leading edge ICT research that is being conducted by TSSG and combines it with Waterford Technologies existing product set to deliver world class enterprise scale data management software. Lorcan Kennedy, CTO advised “the deliverables of the project will drive the Waterford Technologies product set over the next three to five years helping to solidify Waterford Technologies already significant market and will enable the Company to pursue new sales and product opportunities both at home and abroad”. John Brennan, CEO of Waterford Technologies advised “Waterford Technologies are very excited to be working with TSSG on this programme and we are confident it will ensure Waterford Technologies continues to meet the ever changing needs and requirements of our customers”. 

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mCommunity Project presented in Government Buildings

logoSean Lyons and Mark Williamson from the mCommunity team at Waterford Institute of Technology’s Telecommunication Software and Systems Group (TSSG) were recently invited to Government Buildings in Leinster House, Dublin by the then Minister for Training & Skills, Ciaran Cannon, TD.

The mCommunity project aims to use technology to engage with disenfranchised individuals, those not in education, training or employment (NEET’s) and integrate them back into appropriate schemes. The project identifies effective means to engage students using learning mentors and mobile technology. We also use the impact of ‘positive social networks’ in terms of providing the right social framework around students to facilitate re-engagement using social media.

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