Archive for the 'Big Data' Category
Well, it’s been quite a while since the health and life sciences (HLS) team issued a blog. Things have been quite busy as our business continues to grow at unprecedented rates, far beyond the market. While we’ve been busy driving our business, the growth of big data in health and life sciences industries has continued [...]
The n-body problem is the problem of predicting the motion of a group of celestial objects that interact with each other gravitationally.
Sara Gardner, Senior Director SW Product Marketing, Hitachi Data Systems in conversation with Martin Politick Director, Research and Development at Wenco International Mining Systems
Over the past couple of weeks I’ve heard some great quotes from acquaintances and colleagues. Ron Lee from my team recently attended a CIO breakfast in Asia Pacific (APAC) where he heard the following from a CIO: “I’m not worried about my Big Data; I’m really worried about my Little Data.” Also, in a recent [...]
Last week’s announcement dovetails perfectly with my current series on data archiving, although the Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) team may not appreciate my angle based on all their accomplishments with HCP product that go above and beyond just archiving. Be that as it may, I can’t ignore an important feature of the new release of HCP, [...]
Firstly, it has been quite a while since I’ve last posted. A lot has happened between the beginning of the year and today. In fact it has been so action packed, the past 100 days seem more like 365. While I cannot spill the beans on everything, my colleague Ken Wood and I are super [...]
As I have mentioned before, there is more to the Big Data story than Data Warehousing. Let me conclude first and back my way into the “why”.
Initially, I wasn’t planning to attend SC11, especially since this week I had several other meetings to participate in. However, as is common in this industry, I ended up heading to Seattle to meet with several people and companies at SC11 at the last minute for the day. I was able get into the exhibit [...]
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These are exciting times we live in, indeed! Steve Jobs has officially resigned his post. HP has opened their kimono to enterprise focused strategy leaving behind WebOS and the PC business. And today we celebrate combining the innovative talent of BlueArc with the Hitachi family.