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AT&T +IBM help businesses and developers to Enhance their Internet of Things Capabilities

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As an emerging technology the Internet of Things strongly paves its way in our ever-connected world. A wide variety of smart IoT solutions, apps and services are increasingly available. Individual developers and businesses now can tap into cognitive computing, machine learning and deep learning and combine it with massive amounts of data streaming from billions of connected devices, sensors and systems. For instance, the new collaboration between AT&T and IBM puts at the core of stakes:
Open standards-based tools on the IBM Cloud to enable developers to more quickly build and implement a wide variety of IoT solutions,
Skilled IoT developers,
Investment in open-source based tools, such as Node-Red, and open standards like MQTT, all essential for creating IoT solutions,
New level of IoT possibilities and solutions for developers,
Massive amounts of data streaming from billions of connected devices, sensors and systems.
In effect, developers can now use IBM's open Watson Internet of Th…

Advanced Web-Based Image Management Solution for Digital Pathology

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At the center of stakes we have: pathology and radiology images; a flexible archiving system; custom metadata fields, an intuitive image viewer; patient care, and a comprehensive approach to analysis and reporting.
In effect, the digital pathology company Pathcore announced the launch of Pathcore Web, an advanced web-based image management platform for research teams working with whole slide pathology images. 
One can observe that, the software requires no installation and supports major whole slide image formats as well as radiology images. 
Pathcore also offers the Sedeen image viewer, an advanced free viewer, and Pathcore SDK, a versatile algorithm development platform designed for building and validating image analysis algorithms.

The SPARC platform now available in Oracle Cloud, Engineered Systems and Servers

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The most important with this momentum focuses on: advanced security, efficiency and simplicity of SPARC to the cloud; new SPARC S7 microprocessor; new cloud services, engineered systems and servers; performance, security and management concerns, to name a f few. In our digital era where, cloud computing adoption market matures, with increasing critical enterprise workloads to the cloud, the new SPARC platform highlights cloud computing delivery of the most critical business applications and is designed to scale-out application environments.