The Qt Software part of Nokia (earlier known as Trolltech) makes software frameworks to make the lives of software developers easier. Jarn built their website, intranet and collaborative project spaces for improved internal communication, all in collaboration with their internal tech-team whom we coached throughout the process.
The Free Software Foundation (FSF), established in 1985, is dedicated to promoting computer users' rights to use, study, copy, modify, and redistribute computer programs. The FSF promotes the development and use of free software, particularly the GNU operating system, used widely in its GNU/Linux variant.
ACM, the world’s largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources.
Community Web Site for CANAIMA GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian that Venezuela is emerging as a solution to meet the needs of end users office of the National Public Administration (NPA) and to comply with Presidential Decree No. 3390 on the use of free technologies in NPA.
Web site of the open source project CMDBuild. CMDBuild is a web-driven configuration and management database. The user can autonomously choose which objects, attributes and relations to consider. The program aims to provide the necessary support to keep track of every computer asset by storing its composition, location, functional relations, upgrade cycles and by supporting their management processes. The system manages hardware resources (computers, peripherals, network devices, telephony appliances), software resources (operating systems, applications), services, documents (contracts, manuals) and other valuable objects. A powerful reporting engine that defines and prints reusable report templates is integrated as well as a flexible workflow engine that controls the management processes of computer services. CMDBuild is inspired by the best practice ITIL, the "de facto" standard for computer systems management.
Enfold Systems was founded in 2004 by Alan Runyan, co-founder of Plone. Enfold's consultants deliver systems tailored to meet the needs of education, business, government and non-profit organizations based on Zope and Plone. These solutions range from departmental workgroups to high-performance websites, all of which enable their clients to more easily communicate and collaborate. In addition, Enfold Systems creates Plone software tools that allow easier Windows integration with existing infrastructure.
FEKO is a computational electromagnetics simulation software suite. It provides several frequency domain solution methods which make it applicable to a wide variety of engineering problems. These problems include: antenna design, antenna placement, dielectric structures, scattering, radiation hazard, etc.
A portal gathering software development companies from the Wielkopolska Region. This portal is tasked with facilitating the exchange of information between the Institute of Computing Science at the Poznań University of Technology and the participants of the project.