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NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH: Liqid's PCIe Fabric and Intel Optane software bridge the gap between SSD and DRAM in supercharging industry-leading solid-state package for memory-centric workloads.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The Dec. 3 launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried 64 tiny satellites into orbit, with several of those spacecraft dedicated to a new wave of IoT communications.
With a lack of business decisions boosted by embedded, actionable data, enterprises admit that they aren’t getting as much out of analytics as they should.
ACQUISITION NEWS: BlueData’s EPIC platform uses Docker container technology to make it more efficient for enterprises to innovate with AI and Big Data technologies–either on-premises, in the cloud or in a hybrid architecture.
FUTURE TECH: VERGE (Virtual Resilient Ground), which includes small, cube-like antennas about the size of bookshelf stereo speaker, which will be deployed at the AWS Ground Stations to communicate with satellites.
PRODUCT ANALYSIS: Business Intelligence becomes more relevant than ever before with Yellowfin’s Signals and Stories platforms.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: The co-founder and CEO of Snapt offers some industry information about what DevOps should consider with the bursts of traffic we can expect to see on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Businesses are used to asking the IT staff and data scientists to analyze customer data and generate a report. But with the latest version of analytics software ThoughtSpot, users have a new option: Simply ask the system via your computer or smartphone, in your own voice, for an analysis.
NEWS ANALYSIS: From Michael Dell’s viewpoint—and he is hardly an outlier here—we are facing an ever-growing tsunami of data, and the related problems and opportunities are massive. He argues that Dell, at its current massive scale, is the only company that can stretch from the edge, embrace...
Experts in the field of artificial intelligence say the technology is bringing big changes to the workforce and how we do business; the question is just how disruptive those changes will be.