Think Bottom Up named as industry collaborators with ICRAR for the SKA project

Think Bottom Up is proud to be named as an industry collaboration partner with the International Centre for Radioastronomy Research (ICRAR) working on the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), which, when complete will be the world's largest radio telescope. The data processing and data management challenge is immense, with the aperture arrays in the SKA producing up to 100 times the global internet traffic. Read more about the contribution by Think Bottom Up here and here.

ICRAR is evaluating the CEDA technology on which most Think Bottom Up software has been developed, for use in Data Intensive Astronomy. At the core of this technology is a multi-master replicated database based on operational transformation. The technology is the only known solution to solution to the TP2 puzzle that scales.

Read about CEDA here.