Healthcare Big Data Analytics

GPUs Enhance IT Infrastructure for Healthcare Analytics

October 10, 2017 - Healthcare organizations are digitally transforming their IT infrastructure to support healthcare analytics, which requires more advanced processing power. Graphics processing units (GPUs) are becoming more popular as organizations search for tools that allow them to process massive amounts of data. GPUs have recently gained popularity in healthcare because of precision medicine and...

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Healthcare Data Integration Continues to Challenge Entities

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare data integration continues to gain importance as organizations seek to use their data for analytics. Entities deploy many disparate devices and solutions that transmit structured and unstructured data. That data needs to be...

Solid-State Array Supports Future Health IT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Solid-state array (SSA) storage is growing in healthcare as organizations seek scalable and flexible storage options for increasingly digitized health IT infrastructure. Gartner predicted in its 2017 magic quadrant for SSAs that SSA...

Data Science Orgs Form GPU Initiative for Data Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Continuum Analytics, H2O.ai, and MapD Technologies announced the formation of the GPU Open Analytics Initiative (GOAI) to establish common data frameworks to support data analytics. The collaboration will also use graphics...

GPU-Based Collaboration Provides Advanced Database Analytics

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Fuzzy Logix and Kinetica announced a partnership to release a joint solution allowing customers to leverage high performing advanced database analytics. The new option will target the most time sensitive and compute-heavy applications in...

Improved Patient Care Focus in Google, Tableau Collaboration

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

The Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine (CCPM) announced that it is using Tableau Software and Google Cloud Platform to analyze patient data and improve patient care. The healthcare organization is using Tableau’s software to...

How IBM Universal Quantum Computing Impacts HIT Infrastructure

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

IBM announced its initiative to build commercially available universal quantum computing systems for business and science. The proposed system, IBM Q, will be delivered via the IBM Cloud platform and is the company’s next endeavor...

Big Data Analytics Solutions Significant to Health IT

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Big data analytics is becoming more and more prominent in healthcare as organizations are looking to analytics for assistance in population health, precision medicine, and value-based care. The global big data market is expected to reach...

Health IT Infrastructure Embraces Flash-Based Array

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Healthcare organizations collecting data from mobile and connected medical devices are searching for storage solitons to handle the influx of data and scale up to meet future health IT infrastructure demands. The consumption of...

Pure Storage Releases FlashBlade for Clinical Data Storage

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

Pure Storage announced the general availability of its FlashBlade solid-state array storage appliance, shipping in 8.8TB and 52TB capacities, to assist with clinical data storage. FlashBlade was originally announced in March 2016 and has...

CenturyLink, Cloudera Release Big Data-as-a-Service Solution

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

CenturyLink and Cloudera announced their collaborative release of a new managed service combining CenturyLink’s data and advanced analytics, network, and cloud application services with Cloudera’s Apache Hadoop-based data...

IBM Watson Expands Consulting Support to Internet of Things

by Elizabeth O'Dowd

IBM Watson has just announced the release of its free IBM Watson IoT Consulting Solutions practice to assist their clients across all industries to embrace the Internet of Things. The IBM Watson IoT Consulting Solutions practice will...


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