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11.05.2018 UC Researchers Use Machine Learning to Help Diagnose and Treat Hearing Impairment
UC Davis researchers record a young child’s brain activity using high-frequency EEG. Academic researchers in Northern California are using machine learning and other cutting-edge technologies to help diagnose and treat hearing impairment. The researchers’ work can generate a lot of data — anywhere from 50GB to 100GB on a given day — which [...] The post UC Researchers Use Machine Learning to Help Diagnose and Treat Hearing Impairment appeared first on Seagate Blog.
17.05.2018 Ptolemy Data Science Award and Grant: Tell Us How You Use Data to Benefit Humanity
Does your data science work benefit humanity? Apply for the Ptolemy Data Science Award and grant Ptolemy Award Submissions for 2018 are now open! We are excited to announce open submissions for the second annual Ptolemy Data Science Award, an award designed to recognize explorers who develop new ways to use data to improve the [...] The post Ptolemy Data Science Award and Grant: Tell Us How You Use Data to Benefit Humanity appeared first on Seagate Blog.
28.08.2008 IBM Breaks Performance Records Through Systems Innovation
Engineers and researchers at the IBM (NYSE: IBM) Hursley development lab in England and the Almaden Research Center in California have demonstrated groundbreaking performance results that outperform the world's fastest disk storage solution by over 250(1) percent. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
22.09.2008 IBM Teams With Universities in California, Illinois and China to Help Students Prepare for Careers in Business and IT
Researchers at IBM's (NYSE: IBM) Silicon Valley Lab have teamed with educators from San Jose State University, California State University Long Beach and Sacramento State University campuses, Illinois State University and Tongii University in Shanghai, China to develop new courses that provide students with marketable business and IT skills for the mainframe. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
29.07.2009 Seagate And Haier Drive PC Sales In Chinese Rural Areas
Barracuda® 7200.12 Hard Drive Chosen in Government Backed PC Programme BEIJING - July 24, 2009 - Seagate Technology (NASDAQ: STX) today announced that its Barracuda® 7200.12 1TB hard drive has [....]
23.02.2013 Latest data storage superhero power: sound.
Those crazy Oregon State Beavers…they’ve come up with a cool way to make any magnetic media store more data. It’s not heat like the HAMR technology Seagate is working on. It’s sound. Check out this great write-up on Extreme Tech by Grant Brunner titled “Researchers use ultrasound to improve SSD storage density.” In a nutshell, “Dubbed [...]
28.08.2015 Seagate Gift Supports UC Santa Cruz Research on Genomic Data Storage
Seagate gift supports UC Santa Cruz research on genomic data storage Donation from storage industry leader includes 2.5 petabytes of storage for studying large-scale data storage challenges in genomics and other areas Researchers in the Baskin School of Engineering at UC Santa Cruz are working with industry partner Seagate Technology on new ways to structure […]
01.03.2011 Research shows SSDs don’t “clean up well”
Check out ”Researchers find SSDs harder to erase than hard drives” on PCR. According to the PCR article, “researchers at the University of California presented research (pdf) at the USENIX conference which showed that SSD secure erase commands were ineffective at scrubbing sensitive data when needed.” Now the research methodology is a bit over my head in [...]
22.01.2010 Made in IBM Labs: IBM Research Sets New Record in Magnetic Tape Data Density
IBM researchers today announced they have demonstrated a world record in areal data density on linear magnetic tape - a significant update to one of the computer industry's most resilient, reliable and affordable data storage technologies. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
11.02.2011 IBM Announces Eight Universities Contributing to the Watson Computing System's Development
IBM today announced that eight universities are collaborating with IBM Researchers to advance the Question Answering (QA) technology behind the "Watson" computing system, which will compete against humans on the quiz show, Jeopardy!, airing February 14-16. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this