Bluenote — the Energy Efficiency Protocol — announces the addition of Dr. Alberto Pace as technical advisor. He will add his expertise in data management and technical infrastructure as the Bluenote project nears its public launch through an Initial Exchange Offering (IEO) in December.
As head of the storage group of CERN — the European Organisation for Nuclear Research and the birthplace of the World Wide Web (WWW) in 1989 — Dr. Pace has extensive experience designing and managing processes for the handling of experimental data. He represents CERN in the ISOC and W3C consortium.
Among a broad spectrum of experts in the field of handling of experimental data, Dr. Pace is clearly the top candidate to help shape the Bluenote project in this area. When running, the LHC experiments produce up to 40GB of data per second requiring innovative storage, monitoring, and processing strategies
Bluenote co-founder Philippe Tarbouriech expressed satisfaction at the addition of Dr. Pace as Technical Advisor, “We know that what we are doing with Bluenote is revolutionary and will involve a totally new approach to data usage and distributed data intelligence — so the expertise of Dr. Alberto Pace is an excellent addition to our pool of knowledge.”