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The availability of in-memory processing + online analytical processing (OLAP) tool

It is exciting to see that, the availability of in-memory processing with the help of online analytical processing (OLAP) tool at a lower price when compared with other BI tools, has increased the demand for this technology.
In fact, as it can be easily deployed and maintained, the adoption of in-memory technology has progressed over traditional BI among data warehouse vendors.

The primary purpose of in-memory processing technology

At the core of stakes, we have real-time analyses and the ability to store data in RAM rather than in traditional disk storages.
In effect, for those who are unfamiliar, the in-memory database is one of the subcomponents of IMDM, the other subcomponent being in-memory data grid (IMDG). IMDM and in-memory application platform (IMAP) are the components of in-memory computing (IMC), which form the base of this technology
The primary purpose of in-memory processing technology is to enable real-time analyses and allow organizations to store data in RAM rather than in traditional disk storages, which reduces their operational costs.

Comprehensive Monitoring and Optimization for SD-WAN Infrastructures

At the core of stakes, we have the ability to Deploy and Manage Reliable, Agile and High Performance Wide Area Networks; andaddresses the WAN challenges all enterprises are facing in moving to the Cloud.
In effect, Viptela focuses now a technical partnership with CA Technologies to integrate Viptela’s Software Defined-Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) platform with CA Performance Management and CA Virtual Network Assurance. 
I can observe that, together, they aim to eliminate visibility gaps between traditional network and SD-WAN operational silos to provide administrators with the insights they need to optimize and transform their large hybrid networks.

Top 20 American airports have already deployed beacons

The stakes around proximity technology specific to the transportation industry are increasingly well-determined. So, one can observe according to the Q3 Proxbook Report that, with an ‘always connected’ customer base of travelers, proximity technology presents a massive opportunity for transportation providers and their partners to communicate with passengers in real time.

I have captured some key Transportation Statistics for you: 35% of the top 20 American airports have already deployed beacons. 90% of global airports are undertaking either a major program or a trial project related to mobile apps. Nearly half of airports (48%) are implementing commercial sensor deployments over the next three years. 36% of airports are implementing a proximity pilot project. Only 16% of airports have no plans with sensor technology currently. Half (49%) of airports planning to directly contact passengers via their mobile phone over the next three years. According to SITA,…

The application of biometric technology in automotive in our ever-connected age

For those who are unfamiliar, biometrics means the methods of measurement with basic human biology. This technology aims at accurately identifying the physical parameters such as voice, finger or palm print, iris structure and typing rhythm among others and predict the correct match. 
I can observe that, in the past couple of years, the automotive industry has been exploring this technology to enhance the functionality of automobiles.
 Typically, the application of biometric technology in automotive include vehicle access, ignition permission, anti-theft systems, and on-board communication programs among others.

The complexity in carrying out traditional networking operations in our ever-connected era

It is interesting to see that, the complexity in carrying out traditional networking operations owing to increased demand from the use of cloud and big data technologies has led to the growing adoption of SDN worldwide.
In effect, owing to the increased business demands, enterprises are adopting IT infrastructure in their data centers and also service providers at their carrier network end to offer better network services.