SYDNEY, February 27, 2018 – Kinetica, provider of the instant insight engine for the Extreme Data Economy, today announced its formal launch into the Australian market. Powered by IBM Power Systems and NVIDIA, the joint offering from Kinetica and XENON will deliver business intelligence (BI), artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning solutions for ANZ enterprise and government customers.
Germany-based Linux vendor SUSE Linux has launched live patching for its enterprise Linux distribution that runs on IBM Power Systems and also a service pack for its real-tine enterprise distribution that will enable systems running it to handle both real-time and non-real-time workloads on a single virtual machine.
Sybase, Inc., an SAP® company (NYSE: SAP) and industry leader in enterprise and mobile software, announced that Sybase® IQ v.15.2, the industry's leading column-oriented analytics server, working with the IBM® POWER® 780 Model 9179-MHB server and running the Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6 Operating System (OS), achieved the best overall performance results among non-clustered systems for the TPC-H benchmark at 1 TB scale factor1 .
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And prevents "Netflix" or "gamers" from killing the network for their neighbours
Of course he says its the right way to do it, that's his job as a mouthpiece