Scientists at the Energy Department's Los Alamos National Lab are working toward building an exascale computer that by 2020 could be powerful enough to model the human brain, cell by cell.
MQTT, proposed as an OASIS standard, can help agencies manage all the data generated by sensors, mobile devices and other machine-to-machine networks.
A MeriTalk survey finds that many agencies lack the storage capacity, computing power and personnel to handle the data they have.
The XSEDE research network operators say bandwidth and networking tools are key to moving large files between high-performance systems.
New add-ons for the spreadsheet program can combine Census, weather and demographic data to aid evacuations in an emergency.
Fiserv's payment accuracy and fraud solution helps agencies reduce the overall loss of cash associated with improper disbursement.
NCI is looking for ways cloud computing could help researchers tap its petabyte-scale human cancer genome database, which is "breaking the standard model" of research.
Arkansas and South Carolina scrap older systems for cloud-based technologies and big data analytic software.
The agency is planning a secure cloud to hold all the imagery and data collected by the military's drones, satellites and other sources.
Attunity's CloudBeam is a software-as-a service platform integrated with AWS S3, providing file replication and synchronization of files as well as managed file transfer service.
The Crime Analysis Unit in Alexandria, Va., adopts uReveal, which lets analysts fuse and extract knowledge from any type of data, structured or unstructured.
Discovery/Alert 7.0 installs nodes at each data location, allowing analysts to query structured and unstructured data simultaneously.