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New High Speed Interface Connects IBM Z to IBM Storage Systems

New High Speed Interface Connects IBM Z to IBM Storage Systems

New advancements deliver 10x improvement in application response time, encryption capability and expands data tiering to new cloud targets. IBM announced solutions that connect mainframes to IBM’s DS8880 family of primary all-flash storage systems, provide data encryption to ensure transactional, business intelligence and machine learning workloads used for businesses running IBM Z environments are protected

Dell EMC Launches 14th Gen Dell EMC PowerEdge Server Portfolio

Dell EMC is announcing worldwide availability for its next generation of the world’s bestselling server to help customers of all sizes fuel their IT transformation initiatives. Recently previewed at Dell EMC World 2017, the award-winning design of the new 14th generation Dell EMC PowerEdge server portfolio forms a scalable, automated and secure compute platform for

Noodle.ai Stepped Into Indian Market

Former co-founders (CEO and COO) of Infosys Consulting announced the launch of Noodle Analytics Private Limited, the Bangalore headquartered subsidiary of Silicon Valley Based Noodle.ai.  The launch was welcomed by Mr. Nandan Nilekani, Former Chairman UIDAI and said  “I congratulate Noodle.ai on their launch in India and wish them much success.” Noodle.ai is a leading

HDS unveiled the next-generation HSP for big data

Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS) , today unveiled the next generation Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform (HSP), which now offers native integration with the Pentaho Enterprise Platform to deliver a sophisticated, software-defined, hyper-converged platform for big data deployments. Combining compute, storage and virtualization capabilities, the HSP 400series delivers seamless infrastructure to support big data blending, embedded business

Microsoft unwraps a big-data analytics platform based on R

Microsoft this week took the next step following its acquisition of Revolution Analytics last year by unwrapping an advanced-analytics platform of its own based on the open source R programming language. Dubbed Microsoft R Server, the platform works with Windows, Linux, Hadoop and Teradata software. It’s now available on the Microsoft Developer Network and via Microsoft’s

Big data gets its first official standard at the ITU

The United Nations’ ITU agency has long worked to promote global cooperation in a variety of technical areas, and recently it announced its first-ever standard for big data. The new international standard details the requirements, capabilities and uses of cloud-based big data, with an eye toward ensuring that its benefits can be achieved on a

Paladion Networks Partners with CounterTack | MCSI

Paladion Networks  announced that it has entered into a partnership with CounterTack | MCSI. CyberActive SOCs are Paladion’s new breed of Security Operations Centers that employ an active approach to combat a constantly in-play threat landscape. Best-of-breed security technologies are thoroughly vetted by Paladion’s veteran security professionals to fit it into its Active Security Model. These SOCs

Rambus Partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory on Smart Data Acceleration

Rambus Partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory on Smart Data Acceleration.Deployed at LANL, the SDA platform is designed to optimize the performance of in-memory databases, graph analytics and other Big Data applications. “With the advent of new tiers of the memory hierarchy coupled with high-speed modern networks that are being made available to the HPC

NSF invests $5M-plus in big data hubs

The National Science Foundation(NSF) announced Monday that it is awarding a handful of universities more than $5 million to establish four regional hubs devoted to furthering the ability of organizations in fields ranging from agriculture to healthcare to make better use of big data. The awards are the next step in advancing the National Big

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