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F1 2016: Red Bull Partners with IBM Spectrum Computing

Red Bull Racing has announced a renewed partnership with IBM Spectrum Computing.

The agreement has extended the partnership to 2020 and will be marked with IBM Spectrum Computing branding on the cars and in the garage. Red Bull uses IBM solutions in order to manage data and was used in the design of their 2016 car, the RB12.

In addition, IBM Spectrum software is used at the team’s headquarters “to automate mission-critical development processes running on the factory’s High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster.”

Matt Cadieux, Chief Information Officer, Red Bull Racing, said: “We’re delighted to have the continued support of IBM, who have already helped us see significant gains in productivity in the way we use our HPC resource. Their scheduling and storage tools have become a key element in managing our work flow and maximise our data handling.”

About Natalie Le Clue

Natalie Le Clue is an F1 aficionado of the most dedicated vein. And, true to form for any F1-enamoured junkie, she readily admits to crying the first time she saw a F1 car, calling it an ‘overwhelming moment’. Natalie has won the 2010 gSport Woman In Media award, the 2015 Woman In Media Print award, and has been named as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in South African Sport by the Department of Sport and Recreation. Natalie is currently serving as SAfm's F1 correspondent. Follow Natalie on Twitter @nlc27

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