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On Wednesday 23 November, Luxembourg’s Prime Minister and Minister for Satte, Xavier Bettel, participated in the Luxembourg Internet Days 2016 organised by the Luxembourg Commercial Internet Exchange (LU-CIX).

In his speech, PM Bettel underlined the capacity of the Luxembourg ecosystem to adapt quickly to circumstances in constant change. “We want to remain the actors of our future, not just remote observers of technological evolutions.” In order to prepare the Luxembourg ecosystem for a major technological opportunity, blockchain technology, PM Bettel, within the initiative Digital Lëtzebuerg, announced the launch of the Infrachain initiative. The recent signing of a memorandum of understanding between five private and public actors aims to develop a common blockchain infrastructure.

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Luxembourg has 3rd largest share of ICT specialists in the EU

06-05-2022

Over the past decade, the number of ICT specialists in the EU has increased by over 50%. Luxembourg is one of the countries with the highest proportion of ICT specialists in its workforce.
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New cyber policy Chair at the University of Luxembourg

05-05-2022

Together with the Directorate of Defence of the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the University of Luxembourg will establish a Chair in cyber policy. The Chair, which reflects the importance given to digitalisation and cybersecurity in Luxembourg, is established for a period of five years beginning in September 2022.
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Passbolt, the Luxembourg cybersecurity start-up that is making the news abroad

05-05-2022

Based at Technoport, Passbolt was voted best European startup in April by the European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO). This award comes on top of two others received by the cybersecurity start-up the same month.
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Enhancing satellite communications applications with Luxembourg supercomputer

26-04-2022

Luxembourg headquartered satellite communications giant SES and the University of Luxembourg have benefitted from the supercomputer MeluXina to carry out tests to effectively optimise satellite performance and allocate spectrum for broadband satellite communications systems.
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“Making supercomputing accessible to all companies”

11-04-2022

Luxembourg’s supercomputer MeluXina is among the 40 most powerful systems in the world. It is also unique in its strong focus on value to businesses. We spoke to Senior Solution Engineer Luis Vela at LuxProvide about solutions and services available for clients that want to harness the full power of data.
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