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SAP HANA Innovation Platform @ Universities Gets Boost From SAP Fellow Ahmed Alawaji!

In May 2014, SAP announced the launch of a new program that aims to enable professors and students at universities and non-profit research institutions to advance their academic research and work with SAP using the in-memory platform for real-time computing, SAP HANA.

On September 1, 2014, Ahmed Alawaji, one of SAP’s HANA experts based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, joined SAP University Alliances under a 6 month fellowship supporting the HANA Innovation Platform @ Universities Program where he will be leading the roll-out in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Ahmed has been with SAP for three years where he is today responsible for analytics and big data.

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The program is being rolled out globally. Universities have the opportunity to cooperate with the recently announced Big Data Innovation Centers at University Competence Center (UCC) locations. These will enable a vibrant community of research using SAP HANA. Universities and non-profit research institutions that partner with a Big Data Innovation Center at a UCC location will be designated as SAP University Alliances Innovation Labs.

To learn more, please contact SAP University Alliances.



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And follow SAP University Alliances on Twitter @SAP_UA.

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