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Innovation - SME

Inria opens up supercomputing to SMEs

Marie Gallas-Amblard - 12/10/2010

"HPC -SME Initiative" is the name of the program jointly launched by GENCI, Inria, and OSEO, in partnership with four global competitiveness clusters, to facilitate and encourage access to High Performance Computing for SMEs.


Applications pour réseaux de capteurs sans fil avec l’environnement Srijan  © INRIA / Photo Kaksonen  © Inria / Photo Kaksonen

Mobile services

Data Publica project: the opening of public data

Marie Gallas-Amblard - 12/10/2010

The Data Publica project began on January 1, 2010, and is expected to last for one year. It is being carried out by Araok, an e-commerce consulting firm, Nexedi, the  company behind the ERP5 Open Source ERP), and Talend, the world leader in open-source data management, in partnership with Atos Origin and Inria, who have joined the project.



Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet © INRIA - Photo C. Lebedinsky Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet © Inria - Photo C. Lebedinsky

Start-ups - Telecoms, Networks

LYaTiss, working on the next generation of Internet networks

Corinne Drault - 27/09/2010

Inria is proud to announce the creation of its 100th start up, LYaTiss.

Interview with Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet, Senior Research Scientist at Inria, founding member and CEO of LYaTiss.



3D filming

3D - Partnership & Innovation

3D filming: rugby as you've never seen it before !

Laurent Rabier - Technoscope - 21/07/2010

For more than 10 years, the French company Binocle has been developing innovative 3D tools. These tools allow users to shoot films and carry out post-production in 3D. It has now been six years since Binocle began collaborating with the Inria project-team PRIMA. Together, they are working on improving the visual comfort of 3D and controlling 3D production.



creation entreprise - jeunes pousses


Five Inria start-up creation projects win awards

Géraldine Clermont - 2/07/2010

The results of the twelfth national competition for assistance in the creation of innovative businesses and technologies, launched at the end of 2009, have been announced. Valérie Pécresse, the French Minister for Higher Education and Research, met with the successful candidates last Wednesday for a day of information and guidance. The list of 2010 prize-winners features five businesses built on Inria’s research work.



Philippe Gesnouin © INRIA / Photo C. Tourniaire  Philippe Gesnouin © Inria / Photo C. Tourniaire

Interview with Philippe Gesnouin

Inria-Industry Meetings: Health Forum


On 15 April in Bordeaux, Inria will be holding an Inria-Industry meetings event on the theme of ‘digital industries for health’. This event will be held concurrently with the IHE Connectathon, the annual European meeting on data standardisation in the health sector. To mark the occasion, Philippe Gesnouin looks back at Inria's research work and technological contributions in the sector, and discusses the choice of the Aquitaine basin as the ideal venue for these meetings.