• Is there a market for [Big Data] Tomato?

    Hello All,   ** I am not a big content writer, please bear with my english.   In the last few years, we have been serving a customer who owns a chain of retail super stores and we provided them a robust op...
    kumaran mani
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  • Free eBook on FPGA Computing

    I ran across both a Tweet covering an article on NextPlaform covering Amazon's usage of FPGAs in F1 and a free eBook which is available for a week.  The title of the eBook is FPGA Frontiers: New Applications and ...
    Michael Hay
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  • What would an IoT manifesto include?

    Reflecting on Michael Hay's article @and the comments that followed, and alarmed by recent reports on the abysmal failure of the auto industry to understand the risks of hacking to automated vehicles, I think it's tim...
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  • Spare Drives - That tired topic !!

    Just came across a article which says that Netapp now has Triple Parity RAID and that Netapp was the originator of RAID5-DP. See link below. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web...
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  • Configurable RPO and remote replication technologies

    I guess some questions need to be asked regardless of whether you get a answer or not. It is sort of like throwing a penny in a wishing well. You just throw it in and make a wish and get that good feeling.   I ...
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  • OpenPOWER in opensource

    http://openpowerfoundation.org/blogs/genomics-with-apache-spark   Could OpenPOWER be showing some traction?
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  • THE BIG DATA FOUNDRY - A DATA SCIENCES OPEN INNOVATION PLATFORM

    THE BIG DATA FOUNDRY - A DATA SCIENCES OPEN INNOVATION PLATFORM   As a start-up, an established research organization, an established networking devices plus IT infrastructure vendor, and an established IT in...
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  • It’s all about "Control of Data"

    Let’s do a level set right from the start:   There is no one true cloud.   There is no specific feature set that defines a cloud.   And finally, control of data is one of the most significant ...
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  • How much time, money, research and/or resources do you put into achieving higher levels of "more work done" performance? This could be through process optimization down to more bytes or flops (or what ever unit of work you measure) per second.

    I'm interested in getting opinions on how performance is measured at the upper layers of the stack. IOPS, MB/s, transactions per second, flops, etc. tend to be iron based measurements. However, I am sensing a set of u...
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  • 100 Core CPU

    Came across this today,  I've been keeping my eye on the ARM market for some time now as a potential competitor for the x86.  At 100 cores build around ARMv8 low power architecture, this will provided consid...
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  • Pentaho: A Big Deal for Big Data

    Big news from Hitachi today! We are very excited to announce our intent to acquire Pentaho Corporation. This is incredibly significant on so many levels that I doubt a single blog post from me will do it justice. I su...
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  • Blu-ray Disc Archive System: Safe, Reliable Storage of Data for More Than 50 Years : Research & Development : Hitachi

    Blu-ray Disc Archive System: Safe, Reliable Storage of Data for More Than 50 Years : Research & Development : Hitachi Archiving massive amounts of digital data How long-term storage and low cost wer...
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  • Tangible/Visible Examples of ICT Concepts

    Thanks to Chris Evans I ran into In Memory: Grace Hopper to Programmers: Mind Your Nanoseconds! - High Scalability.  This is really about a way to make a topic like a nanosecond (or microsecond) tangible and ther...
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  • The 3rd Platform and the Transformation of IT

    Virtually every customer or partner I talk with anywhere around the globe is talking about a new platform to accelerate their business.   Some use acronyms such as SMAC to refer to it while others turn it ar...
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  • Network tolerante, Non-privileged, Small footprint, Remote access client, replacement for SSH?... could be interesting for IoT..

    VERY interesting....   https://mosh.mit.edu/#abouthttps://mosh.mit.edu/#about
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  • Barclays and Hitachi unveil biometric security vein scanner - IT News from V3.co.uk

    Barclays and Hitachi unveil biometric security vein scanner Severed digits and faked fingerprints are no longer a problem for corporate banking security Great to see this in production.  Hitachi has b...
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  • OpenStack Summit Paris – November 2014 – HDS proposed speaking abstracts

    It’s that time again – the OpenStack Summit is coming up in November in Paris and we have a good lineup of proposed speaking sessions. If you are a member of the OpenStack community, here is your chance to...
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  • Special Issue "HITACHI TECHNOLOGY" : HITACHI REVIEW

    Special Issue "HITACHI TECHNOLOGY" : HITACHI REVIEW Ever wonder what Hitachi has to offer.  Well the Special issue of the Hitachi Technology magazine provides a good sample of the inventions and innovat...
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  • An interview with Michael Tiemann, open source's great explainer | Opensource.com

    An interview with Michael Tiemann, open source's great explainer | Opensource.com Here's how to think like Tiemann: Cooperate in order to compete. Facilitate in order to innovate. Recognize the best solution...
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  • Blackest is the new black: Scientists have developed a material so dark that you can't see it... - Science - News - The Independent

    Blackest is the new black: Scientists have developed a material so dark that you can't see it... The Independent Puritans, Goths, avant-garde artists, hell-raising poets and fashion icon Coco Chanel all saw somethi...
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