On the latest TOP500 rankings, published in Hamburg during the ongoing ACM / IEEE Supercomputing Conference (17-21.06.2012), there are five Polish supercomputers. Among them we can find the leader: ZEUS Cluster from the Academic Computer Center AGH Cyfronet in Krakow.
Exactly 20 years ago, 17th August 1991, for the first time in Poland are connected to Internet. Rafał Pietrak of Warsaw University for the first time made contact with Jan Sorensen, an employee of the University of Copenhagen based on the protocol TCP/IP. Today, nobody in the country on the Vistula can not imagine life without the Network.
Nine Polish students participatng in this year's competition took the podium. Among them, Poznan Cellardoor team. They won in the category of Web applications, presenting the interactive books project.
You Tube – the most popular in the world social networking site where users can share their videos celebrates its sixth birthday. Statistics show that the portal is not willing to slow down the pace.
The long-awaited spring has come! Its start has been announced by the arrival of storks to Chyby (near Poznań). The nest with red-legged newcomers can be observed by the means of PSNCs web transmission.
The rivalry, or so-called "browser war", is in full swing. The two most popular browsers- Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox recently brought to work their latest and most serious arms.
More and more Poles choose shopping online. According to market research, this year e-commerce sales will increase by 1 to 7.5 billion zł. This is the best result of the last few years. However in comparison to other countries, Poland’s position is rather weak.
It is widely known that artists can find inspiration everywhere, even in places where ordinary people can not find it. It turns out that the latest technology can also be the inspiration. The relationship of art and technology will be discussed during the Warsaw Electronic Festival Conference (WEFCON) on 3rd and 4th December 2010. One of the workshops will be conducted by Marek Zawadzki from the Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center.
This year’s International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition was unique in several aspects. Sixteenth edition took place in the year in which we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of the great Polish composer. A record number of music lovers could keep track of the contest. Live webcast was available on the pages of TVP SA and the National Audiovisual Institute.
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