Showing posts from September 30, 2016

Now run Splunk analytics on Tegile IntelliFlash means

I salute the new partnership to run Splunk analytics on TegileIntelliFlash. In effect, through the integration, businesses of all sizes are able to capture insights from machine-generated data (MGD) and Internet of Things (IoT) data by combining Splunk’s operational intelligence platform with Tegile’s unique storage infrastructure, which scales both storage performance and capacity without disruption.

Japan Web Application Firewall Solutions Market

It is interesting to note the increasing awareness of the evolving and increasingly sophisticated threat landscape on the Web front in Japan, within companies, agencies and organizations of all sizes.
According to Research and Markets, the Japanese Web Application Firewall (WAF) solutions market is expected to maintain a strong CAGR of 27.1%, and reach a market size of $89.4 million by 2020. 
As key market drivers behind the strong growth in Japan, we have awareness of the evolving and increasingly sophisticated threat landscape on the Web front, which is expected to continue to propel more enterprises to adopt WAF solutions.

Striim +Google BigQuery to easily move large volumes of enterprise data to Google Cloud Platform

At the core of stakes, we have: end-to-end, real-time data integration + streaming analytics; fully managed, petabyte scale, low-cost analytics data warehouse.
We also have the ability to ingest and process data from virtually any data source, including transactional data from enterprise databases such asOracle, MS SQL Server and MySQL.
In fact, Striim is collaborating with Google Cloud Platform on seamless integration between the Striim platform and Google BigQuery, Google’s fully managed, petabyte scale, low-cost analytics data warehouse.
I can observe that, this integration can help companies seeking to move toward a hybrid cloud infrastructure to easily move large volumes of enterprise data to Google Cloud Platform.

A new GPU instance type for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)

At the core of stakes, we haveprocessing power available in the cloud for artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and big data processing. In effect, the availability of P2 instances, a new GPU instance type for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is designed for compute-intensive applications that require massive parallel floating point performance, including artificial intelligence, computational fluid dynamics, computational finance, seismic analysis, molecular modeling, genomics, and rendering.

The robotic platform x-Rex on innovations to support Army modernization

It is increasingly interesting to observe that, advanced capabilities in robotics, mobile training applications and soldier wellness solutions are designed to help the Army achieve greater efficiencies in mission operations.
From providing soldiers with mobile training apps that allow them to learn anywhere, anytime to conducting research to enhance unmanned robotic systems, Engility is developing interesting technologies that can deliver more effective training and operations solutions for today's ever-changing world.
For instance, the robotic platform x-Rex is being used to analyze how robotic leg design and configuration affects movement. This scientific research could be used on future platforms for traversing hostile terrain and environment.

The Logitech® C922 Pro Stream Webcam targeting modern streamers

Social video platforms, streamers, new generation of gamers and game casting are at the heart of stakes. 
I can observe that, the C922 Pro Stream Webcam can let you stream and record vibrant, true-to-life HD 1080p video at 30 frames per second (fps) or 720p at 60fps, features dynamic background replacement software, powered by Personify, and a 3-month XSplit recording and streaming premium license.

Wearable fitness device Vs smart watch adoption in New Zealand

The most exciting in New Zealand is to see that, New Zealand is full of price conscious consumers who need to see real value in purchasing a device. New Zealand is a sporting nation at heart. New Zealand consumers are quite pragmatic about the technology and not at all caught up in the hype of wearables.
According to IDC's recently published New Zealand Device Landscape study, despite smart watches and fitness wearables adoption growing year on year, the findings suggest New Zealand consumers may already be over the initial hype of these devices. 
The study revealed that in New Zealand although wearable fitness device adoption at 11% is now higher than the worldwide average, smart watch adoption is less than half the average rate in 2016. 
‘’If there is to be significant growth in the market it will be driven by adoption of devices that are able to solve a problem’’, said Chayse Gorton, Client Device Market Analyst at IDC New Zealand.
New Zealand fitness wearable adoption lifted from …