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Fujitsu Adding Column-Oriented Processing Engine to PostgreSQL

Mar 4, 2015 |

Fujitsu Laboratories last week announced that it’s developed a column-oriented data storage and processing engine that can quickly analyze large amounts of data stored on a PostgreSQL database. The technology, which utilizes vector processing, is being showcased this week at a conference in Japan. Read more…

Big Data – It’s About Real Time

Mar 19, 2013 |Conflating business intelligence with big data is like confusing a photograph and a high definition video, says Gernot Fels, principle product manager with Fujitsu. Read more…

Fujitsu Says Big Data Pushing HPC into Mainstream

Apr 19, 2012 |According to many in the HPC community, especially on the hardware side, the big data trend (and all the buzz associated with it) is creating new opportunities for the once “high and mighty” world of supercomputing. This is a field that.... Read more…

Finland’s Big Data Storage Leap

Mar 29, 2012 |Finland-based CSC, the government-sponsored Center for Science Ltd., provides the balance between academic and industry R&D and IT resource management in the country. In an effort to address its massive storage needs, the organization announced key multi-million-Euro.... Read more…

Fujitsu Puts Proprietary Twist on Hadoop

Feb 27, 2012 |Fujitsu has released a new twist on its ever-expanding big data theme. With the release of Interstage Big Data Parallel Processing Server V1.0 today, they claim the ability to simplify massive Hadoop deployments via the injection... Read more…

Fujitsu Lets Big Data Cloud Flag Fly

Jan 18, 2012 |This week Fujitsu delivered on its August promise of a cloud-driven big data collection, integration and processing platform via the announcement of its Data Utilization Platform Service. Interestingly, they became the first to suddenly tap into the "data curation" concept and term... Read more…

Fujitsu Expands On-Demand Access to Analytical Simulations

Dec 6, 2011 |Back in August, Fujitsu announced its on-demand technical computing offering, TC Cloud, which provided both VM and bare metal resources for manufacturing, aerospace and other industries. Today it expanded this to include more scientific application areas. Read more…

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