JVNJapan Vulnerability Notes (Internet security forum)
JVNJapanese VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) Network
JVNJohn Von Neumann (mathematician)
JVNJoslin Vision Network (eye care; Joslin Diabetes Center; Boston, MA)
JVNJob Vacancy Notice
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A statement from the JVN says that Leonie has always represented the Jewish community in the inter-faith sector, as a founder and trustee of the Faith Based Regeneration Network and co-chair of the Faiths Forum for London (FFFL).
As a role model for women across the community, she has shown "selfless dedication to mentoring and empowering women to step up to the plate and take on critical leadership roles to become future mentors and promote gender equality", say her colleagues at JVN.
Comprised of 16 nodes, it was installed with an identical software stack to the JVN system and included much of the same hardware.
At this point, the researchers and scientists that the Center serves were invited to port codes over to the TDS to ensure that their applications would build and run on the JVN. Some of these researchers have in excess of one million CPU hours of allotted time, which meant that getting them up and running on the TDS would pay big dividends later.
In doing so, they could ensure that, if JVN had to be taken down for an upgrade, the downtime would be well spent.
As the team got closer to being able to put the JVN into production, focus was on making sure that queue runtime lengths were consistent with the hardware and software reliability of the system.
JVN: Actually, increased complexity is one reason manufacturers should spend less on ICT.
JVN: Electrical access is disappearing as operating speeds increase and circuits grow increasingly dense.
JVN: [M]any customers don't know how to take care of the probes, which really are the critical element in ICT tester reliability.