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How OLED lighting aims to be the star of the glow (Q&A)

As costs drop for the easy-on-the-eyes, next-gen tech, Acuity Brands pushes a new range of lighting products. This week, it'll announce the Nomi.

By May 27, 2014


From IBM Netezza to the human brain

IBM is buying Netezza for $1.7B. Why is a company with $191 million in yearly revenue worth $1.7 billion to IBM, which already has products in this space?

By September 24, 2010


Is IBM's Blue Insight a model for your private BI cloud?

IBM has developed and private cloud for its own Business Intelligence consumers. Is it one you want to copy?

By November 18, 2009


Breakfast all in one

The 3-in-1 Breakfast Maker can brew coffee, toad bread and even fry eggs -- all in one space-saving unit.

By September 5, 2009


Aster Data Systems offers cluster for deep insights

Taking cue from Google, company's parallel-processing analytical engine and commodity hardware can extract insights from hundreds of terabytes of data.

By May 20, 2008


A conversation with Pentaho's Lance Walters: A continued trend toward more open source

I spent a half-hour this morning talking with Lance Walter, VP of Marketing for Pentaho, a leading open source Business Intelligence vendor. I wanted to see if Pentaho's experience in the market matches up with what other open source application companie

By July 6, 2007


Open source meets business intelligence

Looking to crack into the business intelligence field, open-source challengers JasperSoft and Pentaho expand their product suites.

By April 23, 2006


Microsoft releases SQL Server 2005 beta

A widely available test version of Microsoft's database will support AMD's Opteron processor.

By July 26, 2004


Microsoft extends business intelligence ambitions

The software giant on Tuesday is expected to release its Reporting Services server for SQL Server 2000, an important step in the company's overall business intelligence strategy.

By January 26, 2004