Topic: ibm analytics

IBM announces new cloud data services

IBM wants to help businesses get more value from their data, so it announced the IBM Insight Cloud Services today at its Insight conference in Las Vegas. The new cloud service is designed to provide better insights into complex datasets. “Insight Cloud Services help clients create actionable insights from the noisy reality of the world,” … continue reading

Razer’s OSVR development kit now available, Mozilla announces OSS award program, and IBM’s Spark-as-a-Service—SD Times news digest: Oct. 26, 2015

Razer has announced its open-source virtual reality (OSVR) kit is now available for preorder. The OSVR kit is a head-mounted virtual reality display that features a faceplate module, a mainboard with integrated sensors, a display module, an optics module, an head-mounted display mechanical module, and a belt box module. According to the company, there was … continue reading

Windows Store app certification policy, IBM’s industry-specific predictive analytics, and Chevrolet’s connected auto compatibility—SD Times news digest: May 28, 2015

Microsoft is working to improve its Windows Store experience by enforcing a more rigid app certification policy. The 10.1 policy will apply to new and existing customers, and is designed to eliminate app store clutter, ensure apps are appropriately priced, distinguish between informational and non-informational apps, and ensure apps have relevant titles and keywords. Microsoft … continue reading

IBM’s $3 billion IoT plan, Project Spartan, and EFF questions U.S. government—SD Times news digest: March 31, 2015

IBM has announced plans to invest US$3 billion over the next four years to help customers build Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. The company plans to establish a new IoT unit and provide new cloud data services and developer tools. “Our knowledge of the world grows with every connected sensor and device, but too often … continue reading

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