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18 November 2014 by Pierre Picard, Business Communication, Bull
In the 2020s, so-called exascale supercomputers will achieve a performance of more than one billion billion operations a second
03 November 2014 by Thierry Simon, Consultant, Bull Service Assurance
More affordable, easier and allowing for a progressive approach to manage Data Center: SaaS offers many advantages when compared with an on-site solution
28 October 2014 by Frédéric Lardeux, Lecturer, University of Angers
It is very likely that the advent of new supercomputers technologies will significantly boost processing power and enable the resolution of hitherto insoluble or very hard to solve problems such as DNA sequence alignment, design of robots, etc.
03 October 2014 by Philippe Arbenz, Technical Support Manager at Bull
The effective management of how the complex systems react is beyond the scope of many companies. But the systems have to run…
24 September 2014 by Pierre Picard
Towards a new medical paradigm aimed to maintain the citizen wellbeing
17 September 2014 by Emmanuel Leroux, Director responsible for bullion, Bull
“I believe we’ve designed the world’s best servers”
09 September 2014 by Vincent d’Ippolito, Service Assurance Consultant
As information systems become ever more complex, capacity planning is an increasingly sensitive – and strategic – task for IT Departments
02 September 2014 by Florence Burnoud, Director Service Assurance, Bull
With increasing calls on their services, IT Departments are finding it harder and harder to guarantee the service levels expected by their internal customers.
29 August 2014 by Pierre Picard
In the 1940s, the science fiction writer Isaac Asimov defined three laws of robotics.
07 August 2014 by Dominique Grelet, Group Director of Strategic Projects and Global Offers, Bull
When crossing internal data segments with segments that are external to the company, security needs to be managed differently
28 July 2014 by Pierre Pleven, TeraLab founder and coordinator
In Big Data, while full-scale experimentation is essential to test, evaluate and validate new ideas, it requires resources that few companies have.
Posted on 24 July 2014 by Pierre Picard
A real-time Business Intelligence solution for local elections
23 July 2014 by Jerome Sandrini, Director Cloud and Big Data Platforms, Bull
With its new OneBull strategic plan, IT group Bull is reorganizing to focus on the Cloud and Big Data.
09 July 2014 by J-F. Vannier, Business Intelligence Infrastructures Sales Manager, Bull
SPARK adds to HADOOP speed, ease of programming and flexibility
28 June 2014 by by Philippe Duluc, Vice President Security Division, Bull
Big Data and Cloud computing: cyber-security, can it really protect us from new kinds of risks?
20 June 2014 by an interview of Sarah Sauquet, literature teacher
A literature teacher in a high school, Sarah Sauquet is the creator of ‘Un texte un jour’ (a text a day): a mobile application that invites you to (re)discover classic literary texts. For Bull, she looks back on this pioneering and insightful experience.
20 May 2014 by José Guerreiro, Bull Service Assurance Center
The database is probably one of the most critical components of the information system. If it stops working, the organization’s whole activity grind to a halt.
13 May 2014 by Laurent Alexandre, urological surgeon, president of DNAVision, author of "The Death of Death" (Editions JC Lattes)
Pathologists are faced with a real ‘digital storm’: they need to interpret trillions of items of information to classify each tumor, although so far all patient data has been held on a single Excel spreadsheet.