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Predictive Analytics Driving a Medical Revolution

Sep 23, 2013 |

“Today you buy Tylenol (500mg for almost everyone), but it doesn’t positively impact everybody because genetically we are all different,” says Rajiv Nema, Director of Marketing at SAP (HANA, Mobile Innovations). “$70B is spent on cancer medicine in the United States alone, and 40% – almost $30B – of that is wasted because the medicine does not positively impact the patient. “

DDN Revs Up Storage Fusion Offering, Fills Out Exec Team

Sep 21, 2011 |

DataDirect Networks (DDN) has announced the sequel to its original SFA10000 product. The SFA10K-X unveiled on Tuesday is the company’s first major upgrade to its Storage Fusion Architecture product line originally launched in June 2009.

A Healthy Dose of Analytics: From IBM Watson to Tricorders

Jun 2, 2011 |

Advanced analytics sets its sights on health care.

SAS Brings High Performance Analytics to Database Appliances

Apr 19, 2011 |

In early April the SAS Institute (SAS) announced it had integrated its most advanced analytics software into database appliances from EMC Greenplum and Teradata Corporation. The new offerings marry high performance computing to “big data” and are designed to enable users to perform deep analysis on huge datasets hosted on purpose-built, parallel computing platforms.

The World According to Jim Goodnight: Blade Switch Slashes Job Times

Jul 6, 2010 |

SAS unveils patent-pending In-Memory Analytics platform,

SAS Performs 18 Hour Analytics Job in 2.5 Minutes

Apr 21, 2010 |

Company embraces HPC to speed market data analysis .

At a Software Powerhouse, the Good Life Is Under Siege

Nov 22, 2009 |

SAS is encountering formidable new rivals in its lucrative niche of business intelligence software.

Flash Drive Startup Looks to Leapfrog Competition

Sep 15, 2009 |

In an attempt to shake up the solid-state drive (SSD) business, startup Pliant Technology has launched the Enterprise Flash Drive (EFD) family of products. The company is touting its 2.5- and 3.5-inch “Lightning” EFDs as the fastest and most robust flash storage drives on the market.