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May 25th, 2009

Scaling out the nanoscale

Abstract:
Nanoscale is now closer than ever. GridwiseTech assisted FEI Company, a world leader in producing electron microscopes, in migration to a modern IT architecture, one that would make their resources more accessible all over the world.

FEI's microscopes are high-precision tools that are hugely important in science, research and industry. They enable users to analyze and characterize the structures of materials down to the atomic scale. Data resulting from FEI's microscopes are invaluable in all kinds of materials research, in the steel industry, to semiconductor manufacturers, and for the emerging nanotechnology sector.

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