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  1. Silicon Mechanics Hires David McCauley as New Vice President of SalesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | PRWeb

    Silicon Mechanics, Inc. announces the hire of David McCauley as Vice President of Sales. An industry veteran, McCauley will draw on his experience in technology and sales operations to drive incremental revenue and company growth by implementing sales strategies designed to help achieve the company's business objectives.

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  2. Virtual hearts get to the crux of sudden cardiac deathRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | New Scientist

    Virtual human hearts beating on supercomputers are helping get to the bottom of the most mysterious of heart diseases - sudden arrhythmic death syndrome. When someone dies suddenly and unexpectedly, there is often an underlying cardiac problem.

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  3. The Ongoing Quest For The 'Brain' ChipRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | TechCrunch

    To some they're the holy grail of computing; computer chips that work like the brain - opening up a wealth of possibilities from artificial intelligence to the ability to simulate whole artificial personalities. To others they are another in a long list of interesting but unpractical ideas not too dissimilar to the ubiquitous flying car.

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  4. NEC Corporation (6701) - Medical Equipment - Deals and Alliances Profile - New Market Study PublishedRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | PR-inside.com

    The company provides IT, Carrier Network, Social Infrastructure and Personal Solutions. Its product portfolio includes servers, equipment and network systems for telecommunication carriers, supercomputers, personal computers, tablet terminals, automated teller machines, storage devices, broadcasting video systems, aerospace systems, fire and disaster prevention systems and software.

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  5. CSRIO supercomputer enables cardiac arrest breakthroughRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Canberra Times

    Jamie Donaldson was unaware he had a common heart condition until he collapsed after a half-marathon and was dead for six minutes. After weeks in hospital, the 34-year-old father of three learned he had a heart condition known as Long QT, which is usually only discovered during an autopsy even though about one in 2000 Australians have the syndrome.

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  6. NASA Supercomputer Assists the Hunt for ExomoonsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Space Ref

    A team of 21st-century explorers working for the Hunt for Exomoons with Kepler project, based at Harvard University, are searching for exomoons using data from NASA's Kepler mission and the Pleiades supercomputer at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing facility at NASA's Ames Research Center. The discovery of exomoonsmoons situated beyond our own solar systemwould add to the growing list of celestial objects detected by the Kepler telescope that could potentially harbor life in some form.

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  7. Supercomputers would need 'billions of years' to access...Read the original story

    Yesterday | WinBeta

    People take their privacy very seriously, and you could argue that large enterprises make their privacy even more seriously considering the millions of dollars at stake. So it is of vital importance for Microsoft to ensure that its services are as safe and as secure as possible.

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  8. New INL supercomputer brings the powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Post Register

    Cody Permann, a computational scientist, explains how the SGI high-performance computer used by Idaho National Laboratory benefits researchers. Monte LaOrange / mlaorange@postregister.com Eric Whiting, director of scientific computing, explains some of the features of the SGI high-performance computer used at Idaho National Laboratory.

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  9. New Apple and IBM enterprise app delivers a lot of utilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | VentureBeat

    Apple and IBM are planning on partnering on a dozen new enterprise apps this quarter, and 100 this year, and the first of them, aimed at utility workers, will be announced next week. VentureBeat has learned that the app, which was developed for a major U.S. utility company, was built for crew workers, like those that service electricity lines, and was designed to give those workers a wide range of data, maps, weather notifications, and more.

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  10. Dot Hill Announces General Availability of the Ultra56 AssuredSAN Hybrid Storage ArrayRead the original story

    Friday | PressReleasePoint

    ... extreme reliability and density as well as applications ranging from big data, cloud, and high performance computing to wireless and cellular infrastructure. Built to carrier grade specifications, the Ultra56 is tested and compliant with the ...

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  11. BootChess is smallest chess program ever. Want to play?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mashable

    Computer chess has been around for nearly 60 years. In one sense, it goes all the way back to Alan Turing, who specified the first chess algorithm in 1947.

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  12. Re: Artificial Intelligence Will Put Us Out Of WorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | InformationWeek

    Thanks very much for writing this, Thomas. I read Kelly's article about Bill Gates this morning, and I was a bit taken aback by his AI comments along with some of the other readers there.

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  13. Supercomputing the evolution of a model flowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Science Daily

    Cold and drought sensitive genes in Arabidopsis thaliana flowering plant found to evolve differential expression responses. Findings increase basic understanding of plant adaptation and can be applied to improve crops.

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  14. entanglementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | RedOrbit

    Drawing of the silicon ring resonator with its access waveguide. The green wave at the input represents the laser pump, the red and blue wavepackets at the output represent the generated photon pairs, and the infinity symbol linking the two outputs indicates the entanglement between the pair of photons.

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  15. Internet of Things Is Here, Now What? By @MetraTech | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Linux

    Every year, the technology industry gathers at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to see the latest gadgets ranging from home appliances, TVs, wearables, games, cars, etc. We have all come to expect the unveiling of cutting-edge technology that according to the rhetoric of their manufacturers make our lives just a little bit better.

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  16. Quantum Chemistry Closing in on Quantum Mechanics of Living CellsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Scientific Computing/Instrument.

    Quantum chemical calculations have been used to solve big mysteries in space. Soon the same calculations may be used to produce tomorrow's cancer drugs.

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  17. IBM moves 220 jobs in Albany to research armRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Albany Times Union

    Joe Spector, the Albany bureau chief of Gannett newspapers, was leaked copy of a press release that says that IBM will make 220 scientists and engineers at the SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany part of IBM Research. It is believed the release will be issued sometime Friday morning by IBM, which has been undergoing layoffs around the country.

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  18. 'Real-Time Big Data' By @CodeFutures | @CloudExpo [#BigData]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Java Developer's Journal

    You use an agile process; your goal is to make your organization more agile. But, what about your data infrastructure? The truth is, today's databases are anything but agile - they are effectively static repositories that are cumbersome to work with, difficult to change, and cannot keep pace with application demands.

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  19. This medical supercomputer isn't a pacemaker, IBM tells CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Star Tribune

    Stephen Gold, vice president of Watson Group business for IBM. The company is trying to persuade Congress that Watson is not similar to a pacemaker.

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  20. CAT scan of nearby supernova remnant reveals frothy interiorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Science, Industry and Business

    Cassiopeia A, or Cas A for short, is one of the most well studied supernova remnants in our galaxy. But it still holds major surprises.

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