October 12, 2016
Oculus streamlines how companies can create VR and 360-degree content for PC, mobile, and headsets
At Oculus Connect 3, Facebook unveiled a slew of new updates to the Oculus platform that included features to make VR more accessible to the many businesses that are already investing in it.
DESY, the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron, is one of the world's leading particle accelerator research centers. DESY implemented a new IT architecture based on IBM Spectrum Scale and IBM Elastic Storage Server (ESS). With the recent extension of the PETRA III accelerator, new and faster detectors are used for the data acquisition. This is highly demanding for the underlying storage. The new system needs to handle more than 20 gigabyte per second at peak performance in order to enable scientists worldwide to gain faster insights into the atomic structure of novel semiconductors, catalysts, biological cells and other samples. Learn more and watch the video now!
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Video: Why enterprise security isn't ready for AI...yet
Carson Sweet, CTO of CloudPassage, spoke with TechRepublic about why he believes AI is just the latest 'shiny object' in security, and isn't fully ready for the enterprise.
Video: How IBM is using Watson to improve its approach to cybersecurity
IBM Security's Diana Kelley talked to TechRepublic about new trends in cybersecurity hiring and how IBM is using cognitive computing to improve security offerings.
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