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Cern: Where Big Bang meets big data

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Cern: Where the Big Bang meets big data

The home of the Large Hadron Collider is to be a testbed for developing big data technologies Read more

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WAN Optimization: Why go Virtual? (Silver Peak Systems, Inc.)

Keeping Your SQL Server Databases Defragmented with Diskeeper (Condusiv Technologies)

Remote support for PCs, Macs and Smartphones (LogMeIn)

V-locity 3 Virtual Platform Disk Optimizer - 30 Day Trial (Condusiv Technologies)

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