Daily Archives: May 16, 2017

A New Breakthrough in Persistent Memory Gets Its First Public Demo

For many applications running in today’s data centers, performance is impeded by I/O bottlenecks that slow the movement of data to and from the processor. While IT leaders understand the problem well, the solution has been elusive. Ideally, they would put more data into memory to close the data-to-processor gap, but that hasn’t been a …continue reading A New Breakthrough in Persistent Memory Gets Its First Public Demo

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Intel and SAP: Co-innovating to Drive Digital Transformation

This year’s SAPPHIRE NOW* conference reminds me of one of the keys to success for modern businesses: in this age of digital transformation, you need the right tools and technologies to gather and apply information at a rapid pace, well ahead of your competitors. For most businesses today, that means real-time insights and analytics to …continue reading Intel and SAP: Co-innovating to Drive Digital Transformation

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Healthcare: Blockchains Everywhere

Although applications of blockchain technology are still nascent, all signs point to widespread adoption in the health and life sciences (HLS), for multiple uses.  Blockchains offer so much ready-made, battle-tested capability — time stamps, ledgers, synchronized replication, immutability, non-repudiation, self-executing contracts — that one can hardly think of an HLS application unable to benefit. For …continue reading Healthcare: Blockchains Everywhere

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