Company will help guide research initiatives and collaborate on the
development and advancement of cloud computing standards
The CAC@TTU is one of five research centers around the country supported by the National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Centers Program. The CAC@TTU’s goals are to identify and foster public-private partnerships on topics directly related to emerging cloud standards, identify and develop coordinated efforts on reference implementations, and create a trained workforce capable of sustaining the activities and opportunities created through these joint efforts.
“Though cloud computing is clearly experiencing growth, the lack of mature cloud standards is a critical industry inhibitor right now,” said
“Our goal is to help industry members address tough computing problems while supporting skills development for the next generation of technology practitioners,” said
“Industry engagement is critical to the success of top research universities,” said
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