Open Market Consultation event in London (Stansted Airport)



This Open Market Consultation (OMC) event is organised by EMBL-EBI.

This event is targeted to potential bidders and open to end-users.

During this event, companies interested in the tender and buyers will discuss the R&D challenges of the Buyers Group deployment scenarios.

The results obtained on the Open Market Consultation will serve as a base of the Tender specifications to be published in October 2019.



The event will start at 10.00 AM and close at 16.40 PM

  • Registration and Welcome Coffee 
  • Project Update
  • Tender Process and Requirements 
  • Deployment Scenarios (covering deployments from CERN, DESY, EMBL and PIC)
  • Lunch
  • GEANT Network Connectivity Scenarios
  • Federated Identity Management Overview
  • Wrapping Up and Next Steps





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Radisson Blu, London Stansted Airport, Waltham Close, Stansted CM24 1PP, UK



Radisson Blu Stansted
Within walking distance of the conference site
London Stansted Airport, Waltham Close,
Stansted CM24 1PP, UK

Hampton by Hilton London Stansted Airport
Within walking distance of the conference site
Bassingbourn Rd,
Stansted CM24 1QW, UK

Novotel London Stansted Airport
Regular bus to the conference site
Round Coppice Rd,
Stansted CM24 1SF, UK

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