Synelixis Solutions Ltd, a leading provider of telecommunications, networking, sensory, control and automation solutions, announces the completion of the EU Research Project FASTER, where it participated as an industrial partner.
Synelixis Solutions, in collaboration with TATA Advanced Systems, has installed a mini network of SynField systems in coffee plantations of Tata Coffee Limited in Coorg, Karnataka, India.
Synelixis participates at the FI-ADOPT accelerator, which aims to promote the use, adoption and take up of the European Commission’s FI-PPP Core Platform, the FI-WARE (www.fi-ware.org) technologies and assets.
The Synelixis DEM component offers an easy-to-use solution to monitor performance of your deployed virtual machines or physical hosts Irrespective of your particular deployment needs, be it a single Generic Enabler, a Specific Enabler or a multi-tier, multi-region application.
Synelixis has been a bronze Sponsor in HiPEAC (High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation) 2014 Conference. Since 2004, the HiPEAC has provided a hub for European researchers in computing systems. Its network, the biggest of its kind in the world, numbers around 1,500 specialists.
20 December 2013 Synelixis proudly announces the SynField platform. Augmented by wireline and wireless sensors spread in the acreage, SynField supports monitoring and control with higher accuracy of all sections of your cropland. For more info please visit the new web site http://syngreen.synelixis.com. 20 September
3 October 2012 After a very successful final review, the FP7 ICT COAST (Content Aware Searching retrieval and sTreaming) completed successfully. The Project Officer and the reviewers congratulated the project consortium. It is worth to note that Synelixis has been the Technical Coordinator of the
20 October 2011 FINSENY consortium Press Release: Researchers from several European Countries join forces to develop smart energy solutions. 14 September 2012 Press Release: Synelixis Solutions to test IDS/IPS systems based on reconfigurable platforms via the ICT-287804 FASTER project. 6 September 2011 After a very