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Cray will add the ClusterStor product line to its DataWarp and Sonexion storage products and will supply additional development.
Entering its third month as a new acquisition of Infor, the company said the patents will further enable smarter and more efficient preparation, discovery and visualization of data.
GE Digital CEO and Chief Digital Officer Bill Ruh sits down for an eWEEK Q&A to explain the development of Predix and how the company is using it in the industrial internet of things.
LiveStories was started up to enable people to obtain truth in content, something that has been a basic human fault throughout history.
Open source-based data analytics application sets business analysts, data scientists and line-of-business professionals free to do their own querying in natural language.
Natural-language processing software fills much of the void for companies who are unable to hire data scientists, a job classification whose members are few and far between in the IT world.
The Journal of Innovation highlights the innovative ideas, approaches, products, and services emerging within the industrial Internet. The IIoT has become one of the main technology drivers behind smart cities.
Oracle’s purpose is pretty clear: Take advantage of the cloud and all its shortcuts, yet keep your company’s data locked up right at home where it belongs. But hardware investments are also in the mix.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The key investment for IBM at this time is in cloud platforms and data centers, and the company is going all in for staying ahead of the IT curve.
Overall revenue in Q1 2017 was down 4 percent and totaled $19.29 billion, coming in shy of the $19.46 billion projected by Thomson Reuters analysts.
Information Builders says it has developed a new more interactive approach for developing enterprise Business Intelligence and data analytics applications.
We at eWEEK thought it might be good for us to provide a highlight recap of our July 12 #eWEEKchat for those who might have been on vacation or generally away from their desks that day.