Results tagged "Teradata"
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November 19, 2010 08:49 AMTeradata Corporation and RainStor are combining forces to grab a larger slice of the growing 'big-data' pie. RainStor's data compression and reduction software will be incorporated into Teradata's 'Purpose Built' Platform family and BAR solutions to offer customers an up to 50x-plus compression rate and 'the lowest price per terabyte', and storage footprint reduction of up to 97 percent. Additionally, data is online and accessible and can be queried using standard SQL and a number of business intelligence tools. Products are scheduled to ship in the first half 2011.
November 17, 2010 10:45 AMOne of the big stories from the Teradata Partners conference that just finished up in San Diego was the huge advantage that retailers gain by the tracking the buying actions of their customers online and the enormous impact that's going to have on your storage assets in the years ahead. Business managers can't predict what questions they want to ask about their customers and can't say which collected data is useful or not. The answer is to store it all.
August 24, 2009 04:16 PMVirtual storage automatically and intelligently manages data placement while enabling system performance to remain high and predictable as data grows
March 30, 2007 10:18 PMThere's a transformational change going on in business intelligence. Next-generation BI promises speedier, automated decision-making, thanks to affordable computing and storage platforms and advances in business activity monitoring. We assess
January 16, 2007 10:27 PMThe two companies are working to integrate Teradata's Enterprise Data Warehouse with Microsoft's SQL Server Analysis Services.
October 27, 2004 03:56 PMNetwork Computing reviews five online backup services for agent functionality, ease of use, system-management capabilities, cost and retention schemes.
March 12, 2004 06:00 AMThe DOJ's trustbusters need to look past the "Larry Ellison persona" and evaluate facts as they stand.
January 05, 2004 05:00 PMBusiness-technology executives surveyed for InformationWeek's annual Outlook study expressed the highest level of optimism in three years about their companies' revenue prospects, but they're moving cautiously.