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In this week's real-time analytics news: Red Hat announced updates in its portfolio of tools and programs for building applications on Red Hat OpenShift, and more.
AI can unlocked the hidden knowledge in the vast amount of data in backhaul networks, making it available for troubleshooting and to improve network performance.
Edge deployment supports real-time decision-making and enables digital transformation, which is a vital part of next generation business.
Analyzing aggregated data from different supply chain sources can give organizations a comprehensive view of their logistics networks.
Investing in the right AI initiatives focused on delivering specific efficiency gains in internal processes will likely propel businesses forward today and beyond.
Amanda Stent, director of the newly formed Davis Institute for Artificial Intelligence at Colby College, shares her vision for the institute and the benefits that an inter-disciplinary approach to understanding and using AI could bring to students in their careers and the communities and businesses they work in.
The transportation industry needs new technology, optimized infrastructure, and better data to move towards electric and autonomous vehicles.
An observability capability model helps visualize what changes as systems become more loosely coupled and the operational environment becomes increasingly intelligent.
Gaming companies need continuous intelligence to address the same user experience, app performance, and security issues as enterprises.
In this week's real-time analytics news: Taos seeks to accelerate cloud adoption, NVIDIA and VMware intro an AI-ready platform, and more.
Medical centers may soon be able to offer more extensive training to more students and surgeons without added cost or resources using virtual reality.