CANARIE’s ARIM fund sees extension to explore grid computing and new media
News | 08/06/2004 4:00 am EDT
CANARIE Inc.’s high profile AppliedResearch in Multimedia (ARIM) fund has received a $1-million extension over the next year from the Canadian Cultural Online Program that has been earmarked for a new research area, grid computing. CANARIE senior director of operations Susan Baldwin says the focus will help "kick the ends out of the sandbox for the new media community in terms of their imagination and the kinds of research they can do."
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