The Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of North Carolina´s Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) will co-direct a new, national effort to develop a Big Data Regional Innovation Hub serving 16 Southern states and the District of Columbia.
Among the 29 senior personnel chosen to lead the South Region, FedCentric Technologies was only among the very few selected to represent private industry.
The South Big Data Regional Innovation Hub (South BD Hub)–to be managed jointly by Georgia Tech and UNC-Chapel Hill–is part of the National Science Foundation´s four Big Data Regional Innovation Hubs (BD Hubs) announced today. The new initiative aims to build innovative public-private partnerships that address regional challenges through big data analysis.
FedCentric´s expertise high performance data analytics (HPDA) will help drive innovation in the following areas identified as top priorities in the South BD Hub scientific and social issues.