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Got a lot of data? Finding your PC a little cramped when it comes to free space? Would a Seagate 8TB hard drive help?
The health industry could really do with a shot in the arm when it comes to cost-cutting, and big data could be the answer.
Microsoft joins a push towards ARM servers that have been building up for years.
Red Hat and its partners are betting that 64-bit ARM processors are ready for the data center.
Growth is evident in the cloud financial software space. Recent earnings, customer announcements and other data points continue to reinforce the shift to a new solution style.
MapR's tools are used for big data and analytics, but the space is crowded with the likes of Cloudera and Hortonworks as well as IBM, EMC's Pivotal and others.
Can HGST ARM-based drives and open Ethernet make Western Digital the next data center darling?
The supermarket giant acquired Dunnhumby after the data science firm catapulted the retailer to the top of the big data game, and now Dunnhumby looks to expand its offerings by eating up the programmatic ad power held by Sociomantic.
Calxeda was once the harbinger of ARM architecture chips in the data center. Now that the promising startup has gone out of business, what does it mean for microservers?
Cloudera has raised a bunch of money. Again. In this guest post, Tony Baer explains what the new investment means for Cloudera, Hadoop and the data warehousing space.
Xen, the open-source virtualization project, believes that ARM has a big role to play in the server and datacenter space, so it's adding support to more ARM chipsets.
ARM-based servers haven't taken over the data center yet, but the runway is getting crowded. Can ARM-based servers really get 25 percent of the data center market by 2019 as AMD hopes?
Technology arm of Hong Kong property developer, Sun Hung Kai Properties, says construction of its data center is going ahead as planned, despite Google's decision last week to abandon its own facility in the Chinese territory.
Here's a look at the fallout should Google go with custom ARM chips in its data centers.
'The sort of thinking that led to flexibly integrated SOA solutions should now be applied to data.'
By creating very deep census data of everything that's happened in the video space, Visible Measures uses unique statistical processes to figure out exactly what patterns emerge within video usage at high speed and massive scale and granularity.
The VC arm of the software giant is also launching a new direct-investment fund with a focus on big data startups.
Scientists will be able to analyse and share vast volumes of data on the processes behind earthquakes and volcanic activity using ESA's cloud platform.
Intel spells out its plans for the microserver market and how its new Avoton chip will help it see off the threat from ARM in the emerging ultra low-power server space.
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