There’s big data, and then there’s big data. DNAnexus co-founder and CEO Andreas Sundquist is concerned with the latter, which is why he chose to build DNAnexus — a platform for storing, analyzing and collaborating on the massive amounts of genomic data — in the cloud. But although cloud computing, because of its seemingly limitless capacity for storage and computing power, is now considered the assumed infrastructure for taking genomic analysis into the mainstream, it wasn’t always this way.
Google has two major things going for it. 1) Google has an amazing infrastructure and network inside their core operations; 2) Google owns lots of data lets just say about 90% of the worlds data including information and people.
Google’s infrastructure strength and direction with big data will shape not only applications but the enterprise business. Why? Because Google can provide infrastructure and data to anyone who wants it.
Watch out for Google because soon they will be competing with the everyone in the enterprise including the big boys like EMC/Greenplum, IBM/Netezza, HP, Microsoft, and everyone else.
ANZ Bank is one financial institution that provides a very good example of that. The Australian bank uses its knowledge about the business owner it serves to improve service, while others such as ZestFinance are taking the same data-driven approach to a whole different level.
Dave Vellante and John Furrier interviewed Clustrix CTO Aaron Passey on theCube last week. Clustrix offers a highly scalable relational database that’s fully compatible with MySQL. Passey claims Clustrix can scale near-linearly.
A predictive data analytics team in the Mayor's Office of New York City has been quietly using data science to find patterns in regulatory data that can then be applied to law enforcement, public safety, public health and better allocation of...
Big data is a catchphrase that's being approached from several different angles. MemSQL is focusing on software performance while Clustrix is offering a more efficient way of handling large datasets, and both of them ...
Oracle offers the broadest and most integrated portfolio of products to help you acquire and organize these diverse data sources and analyze them alongside your existing data to find new insights and capitalize on hidden relationships.
Los Angeles-based Mojix has recently revolutionized the RFID space as a result of applying deep space signal processing technology communications to the commercial RFID industry. Mojix's STAR 3000 technology can pick ...
Teradata will call attention to the benefits of integrated data analytics for the social and economic good by urging the Senate to pass H.R. 2146 and adopt an innovative process already successful among multiple state revenue agencies ...
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