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Micron Releases SDK for Automata Processor

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Last year at the SC13 conference, Micron announced their Automata processor, a programmable silicon device capable of performing high-speed, comprehensive search and analysis of complex, unstructured data streams. Today, Micron Technology announced the availability of the software development kit (SDK) for the Automata Processor.

Convergence of HPC and the Enterprise Computing

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Both large-scale environments and scale-out workloads (such as Big Data) are becoming more important in the enterprise. In fact, with the rise of Big Data, the advent of affordable, powerful clusters, and strategies that take advantage of commodity systems for scale-out applications, these days the enterprise computing environment is looking a lot like HPC.

IBM Powers Cancer Treatment Molecular Profiling for Caris Life Sciences

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Caris Life Sciences is using IBM technical computing and storage technology to accelerate molecular profiling services for cancer patients.

HPC at Paypal: Leveraging DSPs for Systems Intelligence

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“PayPal’s novel approach is to convert events represented in a plain text format into a numeric format which can be analyzed in real-time using mathematical techniques with hardware specifically designed to operate on such numeric data. The first instantiation of this approach uses ProLiant m800 cartridges powered by TI’s 66AK2Hx DSP processor.”

ISC Big Data Conference Offers Early Bird Discount

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ISC has announced an Early Bird discount for its second annual Big Data conference. The event will offer attendees insights into the latest developments in data-intensive computing from both industry players and researchers.

Video: For Big Data and Technical Computing, Infrastructure Matters

Addison Snell, Intersect360 Research

In this video, Intersect360 Research CEO Addison Snell describes the dynamics unfolding in the technical computing market, and its convergence with big data analytics. “In their customer surveys on big data, Intersect360 finds that end users need to scale their environments from desktops to servers, to clusters of servers, to large supercomputers. Mr. Snell notes that IBM is a leader in HPC and Big Data that is making the investments to extend that leadership.”

TPC Council Launches First Vendor-Neutral Big Data Benchmark

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Today the Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) today announced the immediate availability of TPCx-HS, developed to provide verifiable performance, price / performance, availability, and optional energy consumption metrics of big data systems.

Python’s Role in Big Data Analytics: Past, Present, and Future

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In this video from EuroPython 2014, Travis Oliphant from Continuum Analytics presents: Python’s Role in Big Data Analytics: Past, Present, and Future.

Supercomputing Technologies for Big Data Challenges

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In this special guest feature, Ferhat Hatay from Fujitsu writes that supercomputing technologies developed for data-intensive scientific computing can be a powerful tool for taking on the challenges of Big Data. We all feel it, data use and growth is explosive. Individuals and businesses are consuming — and generating — more data every day. The […]

Google Mesa: Geo-Replicated, Near Real-Time, Scalable Data Warehousing

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Over at GigaOM, Derrick Harris writes that Google has developed a data warehousing system called Mesa that is designed to handle real-time data while maintaining performance even if an entire data center goes offline.