DECIDE Project

AIMES is delighted to announce the start of the Horizon 2020 funded DECIDE Project. DECIDE: DevOps for trusted, portable and interoperable multi-Cloud applications towards the Digital single market. The main objective of the DECIDE project is to provide a new generation of multi-cloud service-based software framework, enabling techniques and mechanisms to design, develop, and dynamically […]

SHiELD – European Security in Health Data Exchange gets started!

SHiELD (European Security in Health Data Exchange) is a European Funded Horizon 2020 project, which looks at facilitating the secure exchange of health data across borders. The program will benefit patients and clinicians alike by ensuring the secure processing and exchange of an individual’s health data whilst they travel either on holiday or abroad. The […]

AIMES selected by NHS England to deliver the APPERTA Code4Health Solutions

Great comments received from Peter Coates NHS England this week who we are working with to deliver the APPERTA Code4Heath Solutions. Over here at Code4Health Towers we are currently hosting the C4H platform on public MS Azure (multiple Linux VMs), when MS publicly release access to their 2 Azure data centres in England (in preview […]

AIMES today announced the INNOVATE UK Funded ASSURED project

Liverpool, United Kingdom, 19th April 2016. AIMES announced today that it has been awarded funding under the Innovate UK’s Protecting Data in Industry competition. This program provides funding for collaborative research and development projects that tackle the growing risks of disruption to internet-enabled businesses and their digital supply chain. Significant challenges lie with the Internet […]

MUSA Project Update – September 2015

AIMES Research Technologist Dr Andrew Attwood and Project Engineer Antony Shimmin attended the 3rd meeting of the MUSA Consortium in Naples, Italy during September 2015. The meeting took place at the Universita Deglia Studi – Facolta Di Ingeneria. A member of the CeRICT consortium.   Day 1 consisted of a workshop dedicated to Work Package 5. […]

MUSA Project Update – August 2015

AIMES CEO Prof Dennis Kehoe and AIMES Project Engineer Antony Shimmin visited Barcelona to attend the second meeting of the MUSA Consortium. MUSA stands for MUlti-cloud Secure Applications and addresses the call H2020-ICT-2014-1. AIMES are collaborating with a number of the leading technology institutions within Europe across academia and industry. Should you wish to learn […]

AIMES completes acquisition of second Data Centre

At the end of June 2015, Liverpool based cloud-computing specialist and data centre operator, AIMES Grid Services, completed the acquisition of its second data centre, Kilby House. Having leased since 2012, AIMES has purchased the building, in a deal funded by Santander. The award-winning, DCA Certified, 35,000 square ft. data centre at Liverpool Innovation Park […]

AIMES at the 2015 Big Chip Awards

AIMES CE, Dr Dennis Kehoe and Project Director Michael Walker attended the 2015 Big Chip Awards in Manchester with Merseyrail staff as the guests of Glow New Media. AIMES and Glow have been working together for eighteen months on the RSSB/Innovate UK funded i-TRACS rail project. Prior to the commencement of the project Glow had […]

AIMES first to be awarded new Data Centre Alliance certification

Liverpool based Data centre operator and cloud computing specialist, AIMES Grid Services, has been named as the first data centre in the European Union to be awarded the new Data Centre Alliance (DCA) certification. Having successfully passed a rigorous data centre audit carried out by the industry body in conjunction with a member of its […]

Internet Issues 13/06/2015 – Update

Further to the disruption to internet services on Friday 12th June, which caused problems globally, the parties involved have released the statements below.  This issue affected AIMES directly as Level3 is one of our main internet providers. We are currently working with partners to increase the resiliency of our internet connectivity, although since this issue was […]