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"The data provided by the ReadVerify Appliance from Crossroads far exceeded my expecta ons of the informa on held on the tape drives."
 

Summary: "The data provided by the ReadVerify Appliance from Crossroads far exceeded my
expecta ons of the informa on held on the tape drives."
~ Dipl. Inf. Wolfgang Pyszkalski - Head of the IT Services department of the Zuse-Ins tute Berlin
The Zuse-Ins tut Berlin
In 1941, an idea revolutionised the world of information and communications
technology: the Z3. In the living room of his parents' home, Konrad Zuse
constructed the irst freely-programmable electronic calculating machine. Today,
the Z3 is regarded as the world's irst fully-functional computer. After many
attempts, models and setbacks, Konrad Zuse succeeded in implementing his
innovative vision.
More than 60 years later, the Zuse-Institute Berlin (ZIB) still perpetuates the ideas
of the man whose name it bears. Always intent on making a contribution to solving
highly complex problems, the ZIB operates as a research institute for application-
oriented mathematics and IT. For the ields of science, technology, the environment
and society, the ZIB has been very successful developing innovative solutions to
problems that cannot be solved by traditional methods--solutions that are
visionary but nonetheless, feasible and in the spirit of the resourceful Konrad Zuse.
IT Services Department of the Zuse-Ins tut Berlin
Highly-innovative research establishments like the ZIB, where complex algorithms
and complicated mathematical models are generated, know the particular

  

Source: Andrzejak, Artur - Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik Berlin

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences