In this slidecast, Tim Stay from Perfect Search describes the company's ultra-efficient search appliance software that is tailor-made for Big Data.
PerfectSearch’s patented software enables search up to a billion documents using a single private cloud appliance. Compared to other solutions that can require more than 10 times the number of servers, the PerfectSearch powered by Fujitsu solution is powerful and economical—even compared to open-source solutions, with lower equipment cost and fewer servers that reduce energy, replacement and administrative costs. Companies now have a cost-effective solution to index and search all content is searchable with a single query. The PerfectSearch powered by Fujitsu appliance uses unique technology that uses disk based indexing rather than memory, requiring a fraction of the hardware—realizing up to a 90% reduction in search-related hardware. These innovations built into the solution permit high-speed retrieval, drastically reduced hardware footprints, and extensive customization.
Monday, December 26, 2011
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
In this podcast, Sean Carroll from the Polachi Executive Search Company in Boston discusses the Startup market on the East Coast and the Big Data trends that are shaking up the industry.
In this podcast, Nick Kirsch from Isilon presents: Isilon: Big Data, Big Opportunity - Maximizing Information Value in HPC.
Monday, December 5, 2011
In this podcast, Eric Eyberg from Texas Memory Systems describes the company's new RamSan-720 Solid-State storage system, which sets new standards for speed and high-availability. After that, CEO Holly Frost discusses how the storage industry has evolved over the last 30 years.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
In this Podcast, Scott Grant from Micron describes the new Hybrid Memory Cube technology under development by a consortium of technology companies.