IBM recently came up with the news that it is working in co-ordination with the six universities in order to control IBM Blue Cloud results to accelerate ventures and investigate enterprises that were some time ago inhibited by time, imperfect or engaged resources, or weighed down IT systems.
The Cloud Computing Initiative are driven by three universities and would unlock its cloud network to restricted businesses and industries to experiment functions and complete an assortment of tasks, together with seismic modelling and the examination for oil and gas.
An additional university, the University of Pretoria is already making use of the cloud computing to check the progress of drugs to deliberate the development of severe diseases in Africa.
The universities are seemingly excited with the opportunity of working with IBM on creating the first ever cloud computing platform, especially in the Middle East.
This would enable the universities to realise their vision of developing the cloud computing architecture that would also help them to focus on the regional applications as well as the projects in order to expand the research.
Along with the many of the expected uses of such computing centres for advanced research, they would also include the activities of scientific modelling, data mining and simulations, financial modelling and forecasting as well as computational biology. Such a development of the cloud computing centre would be based on the phased approach.