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What Industrial IoT Trends Can We Expect To See in 2021?

What Industrial IoT Trends Can We Expect To See in 2021?

| February 2, 2021

by Olivier Pauzet Over the past year, we have seen the Industrial IoT (IIoT) take an important step forward, crossing the chasm that previously separated IIoT early adopters from the majority of companies. New solutions like Octave, Sierra Wireless’ edge-to-cloud solution for connecting industrial assets, have greatly simplified the IIoT, making it possible now for […]

2021 Prediction from the Edge and IoT

2021 Prediction from the Edge and IoT

| January 13, 2021

By Alex Woodie—The Internet of Things (IoT) has been lurking on the edge of our networks and our consciousness for some time. With a substantial increase in bandwidth promised via 5G networks, the potential for businesses to seize a competitive advantage in 2021 is sizable. We tapped our networks of vendors, experts, and luminaries to […]

Optimizing AI and Deep Learning Performance

Optimizing AI and Deep Learning Performance

| December 16, 2020

by Sven Breuner – As AI and deep learning uses skyrocket, organizations are finding they are running these systems on similar resource as they do with high-performance computing (HPC) systems – and wondering if this is the path to peak efficiency. Figure 1. Evolution of AI, ML and DL Ostensibly AI and HPC architectures have […]

Investors Continue to Target Real-Time Analytics

Investors Continue to Target Real-Time Analytics

| October 28, 2020

By: George Leopold–Technology investors are betting emerging applications such as recommendation engines and supply chain logistics will further drive demand for real-time analytics. With more data in motion, cloud-native platforms that can scale are especially attractive. Among those attracting funding is Rockset Inc., which emerged from stealth mode in 2018. Initially positioned as an SQL […]

AI Removes Guesswork in An Uncertain World

AI Removes Guesswork in An Uncertain World

| September 15, 2020

by Gary Hagmueller It’s been a tumultuous year. In just the span of a few weeks, COVID-19 emerged unexpectedly and abruptly altered almost every corner of the commercial insurance space. Stock market and GDP forecasts have whipsawed as economists and investors have tried to make sense of frequently shifting news. And now, we’re headed straight […]

Customer Data and Analytics Platforms: Build or Buy?

Customer Data and Analytics Platforms: Build or Buy?

| April 27, 2020

By Naras Eechambadi As companies travel through the various stages of digital transformation, this enterprise-wide push invariably seeks to improve focus on the customer, especially by personalizing their experience with the company across all channels and interactions. To accelerate this transformation, many organizations are turning to customer data and analytics platforms (CDPs), which can become […]

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New decade, new enterprise IT needs – what to expect in 2020

New decade, new enterprise IT needs – what to expect in 2020

| February 9, 2020

By Bill Fenick is VP of Enterprise for Interxion Operators will have to handle new tech, while distributed systems bring new security risks, and new hubs will have to open up With today’s rapid pace of change, it’s getting harder to tell where the state of technology will be in 2020, never mind the next […]

Big Data Predictions: What 2020 Will Bring

Big Data Predictions: What 2020 Will Bring

| January 6, 2020

by Alex Woodie With just over a week left on the 2019 calendar, it’s now time for predictions. We’ll run several stories featuring the 2020 predictions of industry experts and observers in the field. It all starts today with what is arguably the most critical aspect of the big data question: The data itself. There’s […]

What Banks Should Consider When Adopting Analytics

What Banks Should Consider When Adopting Analytics

| November 2, 2019

  By Tim VanTassel  There’s an iconic moment in Jurassic Park when discussing the value of creating genetically engineered dinosaurs, Jeff Goldblum’s skeptical Dr. Ian Malcolm says: “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.” I think with a slight tweak, today’s bank executives would be […]