QuickSilver (project)

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The QuickSilver project at Cornell University is an AFRL-funded effort to build a platform in support of a new generation of scalable, secure, reliable distributed computing applications able to "regenerate" themselves after failure. Among the partners on this project are DARPA funding under the SRS program, the United States Air Force. Raytheon, Microsoft, IBM and Amazon.com.

The principal investigators are Cornell Professors Kenneth P. Birman, Johannes Gehrke, and Paul Francis

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