Bulgaria and 15 other EU Countries will Work For a European Supercomputer
16 European Union countries, including Bulgaria, will create a European Supercomputer Enterprise. The ambition is for Europe to return to the world map as one of the leaders in this field. This was announced by EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, Mariya Gabriel, in a forum for the Digital Future of Europe, organized by the Ministry of Education.
According to Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, the key to success is the unification of high-tech European nations.
In 2012, Europe holds 4 of the top 10 supercomputers in the world. Today, however, we are out of this ranking. In order to be a competitive Europe of China, the United States and Japan, the European Commission is committed to investing a billion euros by 2021 and another several billion in the next multiannual financial framework by 2028. for supercomputers.
Today, Europe has a shortage of 350,000 professionals, but it will be 500,000 in 2020. According to Prime Minister Borissov, economies that have supercomputers in the coming years will sharply outperform the others.
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