LLNL’s Computing & Communications portfolio is a gateway for accessing LLNL’s wide variety of solutions and intellectual property for use in information technologies, communications, quantum sciences, data sciences and applied software/modeling & simulations. LLNL’s long history and strong capabilities in computing underpin our success in research, in developing new solutions for our missions, and in our collaborations with the academic and private sectors. We license solutions via diverse mechanisms suited to the use cases, ranging from open-source software licensing, to nonexclusive end user licenses, to custom proprietary licenses for distributors, startups, and other commercialization licensees. We also collaborate with industry partners interested in applying LLNL’s unique capabilities and computing solutions to their company’s challenges.
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has developed GridDS — an open-source, data-science toolkit for power and data engineers that will provide an integrated energy data storage and augmentation infrastructure, as well as a flexible and comprehensive set of state-of-the-art machine-learning models.
An ongoing Technology Commercialization Fund (TCF) project with Eaton Corporation is producing great results for grid planning. IPO is proud to present this private sector collaboration at the Innovation XLab Grid Modernization Summit January 24-25.
DOE's High Performance Computing for Energy Innovation (HPC4EI) Initiative released a call for proposals seeking American companies interested in collaborating with DOE's national laboratories on one-year projects to apply high-performance computing (HPC) modeling, simulation and data analysis to key challenges in U.S. manufacturing and material development.