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Terraswarm and the Internet of Things


 

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Abstract

With the big data explosion in full steam, companies across multiple industries are resourcefully aggregating data to pinpoint numbers, trends and patterns that hold the key to improving their bottom lines. But as data grows increasingly cumbersome and complex, managing that data and extracting the highest value of intelligence is presenting a challenge for organizations looking to drive truly educated decisions. Many valuable analytics solutions have come to market over the last few years, but as we look ahead, will 3D visualization techniques offer companies a new way to manage, analyze and interact with their data?

Big data solution providers are using zSpace, an interactive 3D virtual holographic platform, to empower their customers with big data visualization. In the future will see more companies looking for new ways of utilizing big data to drive their business forward, and from the development side we will likely see more focus on creating visualization applications. While 3D capabilities are still advancing, the potential to use these types of technologies as a way to discover valuable organizational trends is certainly within reach.

Speaker Bio

David brings over 20 years of experience in start-up companies, working with technologies ranging from GSM infrastructure to laptops, printers, PDAs and smartphones, in both consumer and commercial product spaces. He has managed product development teams through the full range of the product life cycle, from initial concept to volume production. David has extensive experience working with suppliers and manufacturing partners worldwide, with a particular emphasis in Asia. He has held various positions in product development organizations such as pen-based computer companies GO & EO, Hewlett Packard, and Handspring.

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Hyperscale Data Center with Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and Rack Scale Design (RSD) for Hyper Cloud

Hyperscale Data Center with Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and Rack Scale Design (RSD) for Hyper Cloud

 Fulcan Fong

Date: Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Speaker: Fulcan Fong, Sr. Cloud Solutions Manager, Intel

Time: 6:30 PM (PT) Networking/Refreshments,
7:00 PM Presentation.

Location: Cadence / Bldg 10,
2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA (map)

Abstract

Traditional server systems where compute, storage and network reside in a single server box or blade have been around for quite some time. With the emergence of hyper-scale data centers with multi-cloud requirements and management of these servers have become more complex to support different types of cloud workloads.  This has led to the creaton of data center resource pooling to support various types of cloud workloads as service providers are adopting Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI) and Rack Scale Design (RSD).  Fulcan Fong will present the challenges of modernizing data centers, explain what SDI and RSD are, and also talk about how service providers will benefit by adopting them.

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Containers – why is the disruption so fundamental

Containers – why is the disruption so fundamental

Vipin Jain

Date: Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Speaker: Vipin Jain, Founder/Lead, Contiv Project

Time: 6:30 PM (PT) Networking/Refreshments,
7:00 PM Presentation.

Location: Cadence / Bldg 10,
2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA (map)

Abstract

Applications are the fundamental drivers for most of the infrastructure. Application format standardization is fundamentally changing the way infrastructure is consumed. In this talk we examine the impact of this tectonic shift and the under-currents that are impacting the the layers of the infrastructure.

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