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Mar
30
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Spring has sprung and hopefully the sun is shining where you are. Unfortunately for our technology evangelist, he’ll likely encounter rain as he traverses the Washington, D.C. metro area next week speaking at four cool meetups. But then again, Akmal Chaudhri is from London so he’s used to wet weather.

 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Today, our IBM Research team published the first real world demonstration of a rocking Brownian motor for nanoparticles in the peer-review journal Science. The motors propel nanoscale particles along predefined racetracks to enable researchers to separate nanoparticle populations with unprecedented precision. The reported findings show great potential for lab-on-a-chip applications in material science, environmental sciences […]
 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence Blog
Dear readers, Thank you for reading! We are currently in the process of developing a new website — updating our decade-old design. The new site will include improved methods of accessing and sharing information, collaborating with readers, and exploring new ideas. As part of that redesign process, in our News and Blog sections, we have [...]
 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
The surprising creativity of digital evolution: A collection of anecdotes from the evolutionary computation and artificial life research communities Lehman et al., arXiv 2018 Today’s paper choice could make you the life and soul of the party with a rich supply of anecdotes from the field of evolutionary computation. I hope you get to go […]
 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by Oracle Database In-Memory Blog

On June 10th 2014, Larry Ellison officially launched the new Oracle Database In-Memory option which introduced revolutionary dual-format storage to access the same data as either rows or columns transparently. At OOW that year, two ISVs put in a request for us to also support In-Memory External Tables (IMXT). The use cases of IMXTs include: 

  • Low-value or ephemeral data that the customer doesn’t wish to load into Oracle storage but needs to scan repeatedly in a short space of time
  • Big Data that has been summarized through Map/Reduce or other Hadoop aggregation tools that now needs to be joined to Experprise Data for reporting
  • Data that needs to be queried both from the RDBMS side and from Hadoop tools and thus doesn't need to be duplicated again in Oracle storage

Simply integrating Enterprise Data and Big Data will not generate value for a company, instead advanced analytics that draw on data from both…

 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by GridGain Systems Blog

Shhhh! Come a little closer... That’s it. I have a sneak-peek of the In-Memory Computing Summit schedule.

 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by Kinetica in Motion

In the last few years, more and more data has become available from sensors, customer’s devices, and transactions—much of it with time and location information…

 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by The Ripple Effect

Last week at Silicon Valley’s storied Computer History Museum, some 200 people came together to see what’s next.

 
Mar
29
2018
Posted by Redis Labs Tech Blog

First a little bit about us: created in 2011, Silkke strives to create animated 3D avatars of unsurpassed quality that are usable in various applications, virtual universes and compatible internet websites. Our mission is to create a human element in digital platforms, integrating with various brands to bring them closer to their customers by offering... Read more »

The post Accelerating Avatars with Redis Enterprise appeared first on Redis Labs.

 
Mar
28
2018
Posted by IBM Research Blog
Modern data processing systems should be capable of ingesting, storing and searching across a prodigious amount of textual information. Efficient text search encompasses both a high quality of the results and the speed of execution across millions of documents. The amount of unstructured text-based data is growing every day. Querying, clustering, and classifying this big […]
 
Mar
28
2018
Posted by The Morning Paper
Adversarial patch Brown, Mané et al., arXiv 2017 Today’s paper choice is short and sweet, but thought provoking nonetheless. To a man with a hammer (sticker), everything looks like a hammer. We’ve seen a number of examples of adversarial attacks on image recognition systems, where the perturbations are designed to be subtle and hard to […]
 
Mar
28
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

It seems that everything in healthcare is going to the cloud, and with good reason.  The cloud has a lot of amazing benefits. This is true for healthcare cloud analytics as well and it is why so many healthcare organizations are looking at how they can move their analytics efforts to the cloud. When recently ...continue reading What Are the Benefits of Cloud Analytics?

The post What Are the Benefits of Cloud Analytics? appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Mar
28
2018
Posted by Intel IP Peer Network

To help our cloud partners and ecosystem advance to the next generation of computing, Intel focuses on strengthening open hardware, infrastructure transformation and service innovation. We work hard with leading cloud service providers (CSP) to help them grow their service portfolio and product offerings. March is an exciting month for datacenters and cloud initiatives. As our partners ...continue reading Accelerating Innovations to Help Cloud Service Providers Grow Their Businesses

The post Accelerating Innovations to Help Cloud Service Providers Grow Their Businesses appeared first on IT Peer Network.

 
Mar
28
2018
Posted by SQL Server Blog
This post is authored by Alan Yu, Program Manager, SQL Server and Karl Burtram, Senior Software Engineer, SQL Server.  We are excited to announce the March release of SQL Operations Studio is now available. Download SQL Operations Studio and review the Release Notes to get started. SQL Operations Studio is a data management tool that enables... Read more
 
Mar
28
2018
Posted by The MemSQL Blog
In a recent webcast, we shared some tips and tricks on how you can operationalize MemSQL for configuring MemSQL Ops […]