Lawrence Berkeley researchers were able to use existing data collected by the National Agriculture Imagery Program to analyze and display the albedo – or solar reflectance – of rooftops.
A team at the University of Illinois has developed tools to search the unstructured web that will make uncurated data accessible to researchers.
The National Science Foundation is funding development of middleware that would integrate high performance computing and commercial big data analytics tools.
Supercomputer company Cray won a $26 million contract from the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program.
Genomic researchers compared two commercial cloud services, benchmarking their performance and cost.
Because no single approach can detect every threat, hybrid analytics can help IT managers uncover hidden, suspicious activities and see the bigger picture.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is looking for an all-in-one data tracking and analytics tool to help it meet the rising amount of health care trend and emergency data it follows.
A partnership between the Mid-Atlantic Crossroads and Bytegrid Holdings will provide a secure, advanced infrastructure platform for the research and education community across the mid-Atlantic region.
Boston University’s smart-city cloud platform is designed to use cloud and big data technologies to improve transportation, energy, public safety, asset management and social services in the City of Boston and across Massachusetts.
Aspera offers WAN optimization tools to stream data of any type, resolution or size to and from cloud systems.
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed software that models energy consumption, information that can help the lab and other large institutions cut energy needs.
IBM introduced Watson Analytics, a new service for its Watson platform designed to ease the technical requirements and data grooming needed for advanced analytics.
The Seattle Police Department is using its crime data as part of a new program that’s aimed at quickly addressing crime hotspots based on analysis of crime data and community reports of incidents.
The John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center is conducting market research on the use of automated license plate readers as a way to improve traffic safety.