Connecting the UK, Australia and China in a single Global Computing 'Grid'

Press/Media: Research


Describes successful research project to link the UK Supercomputing Centre at Edinburgh University to Australia and China in a single, secure 'Global Grid and describes potential benefits of analysing behaviour in a single time zone that includes 2 billion people. 

Period16 Aug 2005

Media coverage


Media coverage

  • TitleCurtin reaches out to break Chinese gridlock
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletSydney Morning Herald
    Media typePrint
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    DescriptionDescribes the first tri-contintental Global Computing Grid, between the UK, Australia and China, connecting Edinburgh University's supercomputing centre to the network centre of China at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.
    PersonsAshley Lloyd


  • Global Grid, China, Big Data