Boston's Big Data incubator hack/reduce hosted a grand opening event for its new space in Kendall Square on November 8.
Hack/reduce, a nonprofit established in partnership with the State of Massachusetts and innovative local and global firms, works with MIT, Harvard and other local universities and provides developers, data scientists and domain experts with a large-scale compute cluster, hands-on workshops, and physical workspace in the heart of Cambridge, Mass. Hack/reduce is sponsored by Google, Microsoft, Bessemer Venture Partners, IBM, Goodwin Procter, Dell, and Charles River Ventures, among others.
The event brought together CEOs, founders, engineers, academics, big data enthusiasts, Goodwin Procter partner John Egan, and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick to check out the new space and discuss how hack/reduce will help create the next generation of Big Data technologies and applications.
To view highlights from the event, watch the highlight video.
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