Author archive for Chris Button

  • Recap – 2017 Innovation Symposium: AI Beyond the Myths

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) was the topic on everyone’s minds at eRSA’s second Innovation Symposium as part of the statewide Open…

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  • Recap: TANGO Demo Sessions

    eRSA’s Research Engagement Specialists (RES) have been busy demonstrating the new TANGO HPC and Cloud infrastructure with various South Australian universities throughout…

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  • Open State Innovation Symposium 2017

    Meet Our Symposium Speakers #AIBeyondTheMyths

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  • Cultures & Communities August-September 2017 Update

    During August and September, there have been many opportunities to raise awareness of our project, and build further local and…

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  • eRSA Updates: August 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: August 2017  Tech Talk | Deep Learning Say hello to TANGO – our new HPC and Cloud Try…

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  • TANGO Launch

    #HelloTANGO: Our TANGO Launch Event

    HPC, Cloud, innovation, food and pinball – the TANGO launch event had it all. Thursday 24 August saw the official…

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  • TANGO

    TANGO in the news

    The successful launch of TANGO has made the news! Following an at-capacity launch event featuring guest speakers Andrew Underwood and…

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  • Job Opportunity: Personal Assistant/Administrative Assistant 0.5 FTE (Level 2)

    We’re growing and we need you! We are looking to expand all areas of our business and are seeking enthusiastic,…

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  • TANGO

    Media Release: eRSA Selects Dell EMC to Power its High-Performance Computing and Cloud Infrastructure

    ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 24, 2017 – eRSA, South Australia’s leading research data service provider, have partnered with Dell EMC…

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  • Open State Innovation Symposium 2017

    Save the Date – Innovation Symposium: AI Beyond the Myths

    Save the date for our upcoming Innovation Symposium: AI Beyond the Myths, as part of the 2017 Open State program.…

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