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Oct
22
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Our team at IBM Research − Almaden in Silicon Valley has detected the magnetism of a single atom’s nucleus, a feat that opens the door to using the nucleus as a way to sense and control magnetism at the atomic scale. This breakthrough, recently published in the journal Science, was achieved by measuring the magnetic […]
 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

The cost of managing storage infrastructure can be a major component of the total lifetime cost of storage.[1] This is one of the primary reasons companies often have only 50 percent storage utilization rates[2], since it can be easier to throw more capacity at a storage problem than it is to troubleshoot and fix issues […]

The post Sophisticated and comprehensive data and storage management appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Just a few months ago, IBM flash storage with NVMe was recognized as the most innovative in the marketplace.[1] You might think that to win such recognition, we had placed all of our bets on the table. But the recent announcements of new solutions, enhancements, and upgrades across our flash portfolio demonstrate that IBM continues […]

The post Flash innovation at the speed of business appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

“Today, enterprises must innovate quickly and constantly–or risk losing competitive advantage,” states Senior Analyst Mark Peters of Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). IBM lives this observation, constantly innovating at breakneck speed to deliver the best possible solutions to the market. To further our commitment to our customers, today IBM is announcing several new solutions in the […]

The post IBM Storage innovation from data creation to archive appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by The ScaleOut Software Blog

Watch these videos of ScaleOut Software Founder and CEO, Bill Bain, presenting at the 2018 In-Memory Computing Summit in San Francisco. In-Memory Computing Brings Operational Intelligence to Business Challenges | In-Memory Computing Summit North America 2018 Integrating Data-Parallel Analytics into Stream-Processing Using an In-Memory Data Grid | In-Memory Computing Summit North America 2018

The post New videos: Learn about how in-memory data grids with built-in stream processing and data parallel analytics can give you operational intelligence for IoT, logistics, financial services and more. appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by ScaleOut Software Blog

Watch these videos of ScaleOut Software Founder and CEO, Bill Bain, presenting at the 2018 In-Memory Computing Summit in San Francisco. In-Memory Computing Brings Operational Intelligence to Business Challenges | In-Memory Computing Summit North America 2018 Integrating Data-Parallel Analytics into Stream-Processing Using an In-Memory Data Grid | In-Memory Computing Summit North America 2018

The post New videos: Learn about how in-memory data grids with built-in stream processing and data parallel analytics can give you operational intelligence for IoT, logistics, financial services and more. appeared first on ScaleOut Software.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Thousands of people were gathered for the conference keynote at Strata Data in early September. The speaker was Aatif Din of Fanatics, the world’s largest retailer of officially licensed sports merchandise – think NFL, NBA, MLB, Nascar, and Manchester United. And suddenly, half the arms in the audience went up at once, with cellphone cameras alight. It seemed an architectural diagram, showing “before”, had captured the crowd’s attention. And, a minute later, the arms and the cellphones rose again, for the “after”. The topic? How Fanatics had completely revamped their analytics infrastructure, with MemSQL at the center of it all. …

The post How Fanatics Powered Their Way to a Better Future appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog

Wag! has been called the “Uber for dogs”. The service matches dog owners with dog walkers, tracking and visualizing each walk in real time. The service is now available in more than 100 cities across America, with plans for international expansion. For Wag!, like many successful new apps, fast growth creates technical and business challenges. Earlier this year, a core operation that stored “hot” incoming data in MySQL tables was becoming increasingly CPU-bound, affecting the app’s responsiveness. “We were using 30-40 percent of CPU, with peaks of 60-70 percent,” said Franck Leveneur, Data Service Tech Lead at Wag Labs, the …

The post Wag Labs: Switching to MemSQL to Meet the Needs of a High-Growth Business appeared first on MemSQL Blog.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

This report is for week 7 of the Big Data meetup tour. The two cities covered this week were Brussels and Luxembourg. These were also the last two cities in the Big Data meetup tour.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

Last week, Redis reached a major milestone with the release of 5.0, which includes a variety of advancements and improvements. The big story here is the introduction of Streams as part of the release. Streams is the first entirely new data structure in Redis since HyperLogLog was introduced as part of 2.8.9 back in April... Read more »

The post Redis 5.0 is here! appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

As the cable industry prepares to meet at Cable-Tec Expo* 2018, Intel continues to invest in end-end broadband solutions to deliver more bandwidth and lower latency. According to a Cisco report, fixed internet traffic is expected to have a compound annual growth rate of 23% through 2021. In order to meet this growing demand, various ...continue reading Transforming Cable Networks

The post Transforming Cable Networks appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

In today’s digital world, data is the primary asset for most organizations. Access to data and changes of the data need to be restricted to authorized persons, devices or processes. IT devices need to be protected from the execution of non-authorized code as well as from denial of service attacks. The cost of data breaches […]

The post Security considerations for critical environments appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

In our last post, we talked about the growing pains that service providers are feeling these days as consumers connect more devices and perform more bandwidth-intensive activities in the home. 10G PON offers a path to alleviate those challenges. It can be deployed on top of existing GPON fiber networks and makes it possible to ...continue reading Fiber Networks are Getting an Upgrade with Intel’s New 10G PON Chipset

The post Fiber Networks are Getting an Upgrade with Intel’s New 10G PON Chipset appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Oct
22
2018
Posted by IBM distributed deep learning blog

Information is at the core of today’s digital business operations. As the value of your organization’s information grows, it can become the primary target for a breach. A data breach occurs when someone is allowed to read data without authorization to access it. Once hackers can read your data, they can steal or modify it. […]

The post System security assessment for servers that support SAP HANA appeared first on IBM IT Infrastructure Blog.

 
Oct
21
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
LegoOS: a disseminated, distributed OS for hardware resource disaggregation Shan et al., OSDI’18 One of the interesting trends in hardware is the proliferation and importance of dedicated accelerators as general purposes CPUs stopped benefitting from Moore’s law. At the same time we’ve seen networking getting faster and faster, causing us to rethink some of the […]