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BrightMatter™ technology, as an innovative solution of advanced imaging, surgical planning and more

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At the core of stakes, we have a common imaging hub, which analyzes and assesses the quality of imaging scans in real-time prior to surgical planning and can create the foundation for a clinically-integrated imaging informatics research platform. 
In effect, Emory University Hospital, part of the most comprehensive health care network in the state of Georgia, has acquired Synaptive’s BrightMatter™technology
For those who are unfamiliar, BrightMatter is an innovative solution of advanced imaging, surgical planning and navigation with robotic visualization. 
“Acquiring Synaptive’s platform will bring innovative neurosurgical treatments that are the next technological frontier in intraoperative navigation, robotic-assisted visualization, corridor-based neurosurgery and clinical informatics,” said Dr. Pradilla. “This technology will expand our ability to treat previously inoperable lesions in delicate areas of the brain, with potential benefits for patients including safer and more efficie…

The availability of the ThreatConnect platform built on SAP HANA™

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Increased Speed and Performance; Improved Network Threat Hunting and Enhanced Ability to Identify and Prioritize Threats is at the core of stakes, with the availability of the ThreatConnect platform built on SAP HANA™, ( in-memory database and analytic platform). 
Structured, unstructured, and streaming data can be fused and correlated immediately. For those who are unfamiliar, ThreatConnect manages to unite cybersecurity people, processes and technologies behind a cohesive intelligence-driven defense.

Make FPGA-accelerated GZIP compression accessible to developers of data center applications

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At the center of stakes, we have: QuickPlay™ Software Defined FPGA development flow with the integration of a high performance GZIP IP core from CAST.
In effect, with this combination, software developers without any specific hardware or FPGA expertise can now develop their own FPGA-accelerated GZIP applications and achieve better performance and performance per watt over CPU-executed GZIP compression. 
Based on the reality that, building an FPGA-accelerated GZIP application can be a non-trivial task when using traditional FPGA tools, and modifying it to fit specific customer requirements isn’t any easier, CAST and PLDA GROUP are delivering a complete FPGA based GZIP compression accelerator that can be further customized by developers without hardware expertise using the QuickPlay Software Defined development tool.