e-IRGSP4 project - home - Genias2


HPC Technology & all things HPC related. Technical communication & dissemination. Knowledge Management.

Genias Benelux is an advanced IT technology transfer and communication company. The areas of expertise range from Supercomputing/HPC to Knowledge management software, including distributed computing technologies such as Cloud computing and Docker container technology. Genias is running the oldest supercomputer magazine in the world Primeur magazine. Furthermore, it provides communications services, including White Papers, event coverage and technology articles. For R&D projects, Genias provides communication/dissemination services, since 1995. Genias is also involved in technology testing and management of organisations and projects.
Genias participated and is participating as partner in many European projects.

What we can do for you

We can help with HPC expertise, Technical communication, European project management, Tender writing.

For more details see our Services section.

Our activities

Our activities

Highlights of our current activities:

  • Run Primeur Magazine
  • Communication manager e-IRGSP6 project
  • Assist companies with European project management & tenders


Primeur Magazine

Primeur Magazine

With Primeur Magazine, we run the oldest continuous news service on HPC in the world. Primeur Magazine provides news on HPC, supercomputing, and related distributed technologies.

You can go to the news website, subscribe by e-mail or follow our Twitter news feed.

The website is available as:





A special website has been set up for the EuroHPC initative: Europe's journey towards exascale supercomputing:





e-IRGSP4 project

e-IRGSP4 project

Support project for e-IRG.

The e-Infrastructure Reflection Group Support Programme 4 (e-IRGSP4) provided support for the e-Infrastructure Reflection Group (e-IRG) and hereby supported the collaboration of national and pan-European e-Infrastructure initiatives and stakeholders. The e-IRG cooperates increasingly closer with the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI), whose work it largely complements through its lateral domain.

The e-IRGSP4 project built on the experiences of previous e-IRG support programmes. Its lightweight design focused on the core requirements of the e-IRG and the demands of the European Commission. It provided the secretariat of the e-IRG community, supported the e-IRG Chair and Executive Board, organised workshops, which facilitate the coordination and communication between e-Infrastructure initiatives and stakeholders.