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More than ever, innovation – invariably seen as the best way to get on the path to growth and competitiveness – has come to symbolize the future. But you cannot force innovation. It’s all about finding fresh responses to real and practical problems that may only be implicit or just starting to emerge. Which is why innovation comes at least as much from experience as it does from imagination.
Bull ranked number 1 in the GAIA index for its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and assessed as ‘Gold’ level by EcoVadis.
Bull, one of the world’s leading companies specializing in critical systems, has been recognized for its on-going actions to promote Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), by achieving first place in the GAIA1 index of 230 companies quoted on the Paris Stock Market – excluding the CAC 40 – ranked according to their performance in terms of sustainable development. Last year, Bull had climbed to 11th place in the overall GAIA rankings.
Jean-Michel Alimi Research Director at CNRS November 20, 2013 Winners of the Bull-Joseph Fourier Prize 2012, Jean-Michel Alimi and his team on the DEUS project ran the very first simulation of the entire observable Universe in the CURIE supercomputer at GENCI. The cosmologist – a Research Director at CNRS – looks back on this scientific milestone, which is also a major technological achievement.
CSC- IT Center for Science is deploying a highly energy-efficient supercomputer. The system is built by Bull and co-funded by the European PRACE project. It will be installed in CSC’s datacenter in Kajaani. CSC will use the system in collaboration with Finnish researchers and the PRACE community to leverage the latest processing technologies from Intel and Nvidia.
by Jean-François Vannier, Business Intelligence Infrastructures Sales Manager, Bull November 20, 2013 The complete simulation of the universe – the project for which Jean-Michel Alimi’s team and GENCI were honored at SC13 – required the simulation of 550 billion particles on a bullx machine with 92,000 processors and several Petabytes of storage. Volume, Speed, Variety… the need for data and power is already a well worn race.
Claire Phalippou, Consultant, Bull Advisory Services Any DCIM project starts with an exhaustive inventory of what the Data Center holds. That’s when you realize that the Data Center is rather like a family home: you think you know it by heart, you’re sure you’re aware of everything in it. But when you actually carry out that in-depth examination you often find quite a few surprises.