Definition Edit

The advanced computing ecosystem

refers not only to the benefits from and interdependencies between breakthroughs in academic and industry science and engineering research and commercialization success by national, multi-national and global companies, but also the underlying infrastructure (that includes components such as workforce; innovation models, e.g., centralist versus entrepreneurial; global knowledge networks; government leadership and investment; the interconnectedness of economies; and global markets) that underpin technological success.[1]

References Edit

  1. The New Global Ecosystem in Advanced Computing: Implications for U.S. Competitiveness and National Security, at 2.