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Isaac Lopez

Dreamworks Cloud Bursts Into Beijing

October 15th, 2013 (0)
Movie producing has turned into an arms race with computer generated special effects becoming the canvas on which the stories are being told. With all of this computing power in demand, cloud computing is becoming ever more entrenched among ...

Molson Coors Cloud Move Adds Visibility

October 14th, 2013 (0)
Sometimes technology integration problems make one want to step back and crack open a cold one. This is much easier when you’re working IT for Molson Coors. With a 350-year history, the Molson Coors company has seen its fair ...

Monsanto Drops $930M to Acquire Weather Analytics Firm

October 3rd, 2013 (1)
Farming is big business, and, infused with big data analytics, has the potential to be even bigger. This reality is not lost on agriculture monolith, Monsanto, which yesterday announced it will become the next Silicon Valley mega-investor with a ...

SAP Fills Out Its Hadoop Dance Card

October 2nd, 2013 (0)
Recently, SAP has begun a fresh push to beef up its big data chops, including the addition of new partnerships to distribute two different flavors of Apache Hadoop to their enterprise customers. In filling out their Hadoop dance card, ...

Supply Chain Pushes Fox Into the Cloud

October 1st, 2013 (0)
The transition to a converged cloud has led to a fundamental rethinking of business processes at 20th Century Fox, explained CIO John Herbert recently. The move, he says, has impacted them even greater with digital media being tied directly ...

Xeon to Power the Single European Sky

October 1st, 2013 (0)
Nearly 30 years ago, Aena, the Spanish Airports and Air Navigation authority, developed SACTA – a project devised to automate and harmonize air traffic control in the Spanish territory. With the system currently managing air traffic control for more ...

Penguin Demos Atom Powered Microserver

September 26th, 2013 (0)
Penguin Computing recently debuted their newest integrated SoC design that Penguins says was built with Facebook’s Open Compute Project at the fore. The heart of the new microsever’s design is Intel’s 64-bit Atom processor C2000 product family, which boasts ...

EDR Debuts on Newest IBTA Integrator List

September 26th, 2013 (0)
The InfiniBand Trade Association (IBTA) is distributing the most recent release of its Combined Cable and Device Integrators List, which shows all products that passed the compliance and interoperability requirements during the April 2013 IBTA Plugfest (#23). Making a ...

Oracle Intros New Logging and Recovery Appliance

September 24th, 2013 (0)
Oracle is adding a new twist to the backup appliance, announced Andy Mendelsohn this week at their Oracle OpenWorld event. The new appliance, part of their “engineered system” hardware family bring aimed at delivering sub-second, near zero data loss ...

Intel and Oracle Join Hands Over Hadoop

September 24th, 2013 (1)
Two old-guard players will be standing together against challengers in the rising data tide, revealed Doug Fisher, general manager of software and services at Intel at Oracle’s OpenWorld 2013 event this week. During his keynote this week, Fisher announced ...
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