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Itanium Solutions Alliance Selects Sweden's Kiwok as the 2009 Innovation Awards Winner for Humanitarian Impact
Date:7/27/2009

ood product production, to the safe and timely issue of blood products across England and North Wales. The system implements disaster-tolerant OpenVMS clusters using Itanium-based HP Integrity Servers and contains the world's largest single national database of blood donors.
  • Purvis Systems, contractor to the Fire Department of New York City (FDNY), ported the FDNY's City-wide Management Information and Control System to an HP Itanium rx3600 running OpenVMS V8.3. The system powers dispatch to all five boroughs, supporting the 11,275 uniformed fire personnel in 221 firehouses with approximately 500 vehicles. The system processed approximately 475,000 incidents in 2008 including 26,862 structural fires, with significantly improved incident response times over the previous system.
  • Karlsruhe University's United Airways project in Germany used Itanium-based HP hardware to analyze the interaction of the human nose, sinuses, larynx and lungs with the goal of compiling a complete numerical simulation of flow behavior in the human respiratory system. The end benefits of this project include optimizing asthma sprays, improving the quality of medical operations and understanding the impact of respirable dust.
  • Finalists - Computationally Intensive Applications

    • CESGA, the Supercomputing Center of Galicia, Spain, is using the Finis Terrae Supercomputer to analyze massive computational electromagnetics problems, the largest with more than 500 million unknowns, for improvement of design in industry. CESGA relied on Itanium-based HP Integrity servers with 1,024 parallel processors and 6TB of memory in attaining the first-of-its-kind solution.
    • University of Warwick in the United Kingdom greatly improved the computational approach to the Anderson model of localization, an important problem in quantum physics with a wide range of ap
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