Japanese Big Data expert Nobuaki Tounaka will be presenting a powerful new Unix/Linux shell-based data analytics tool at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computing Resources in Boston and Beyond (CRIBB) series on August 2, 2013 at 12PM. This seminar is open to the public and refreshments will be served. Details are available at http://goo.gl/iOc5p.
Mr. Tounaka will present methods and results of several recent big data projects conducted with Japanese universities including a large genome analysis project and a traffic optimization project involving billions of spatio-temporal datapoints. He will show a real-time demonstration of the Unicage® platform analyzing datasets of billions of records and will also provide comparative benchmarks to popular scalable platforms such as Hadoop.
Mr. Tounaka's company USP Lab is making available free fully-featured enterprise licenses of their analytics tool "Unicage" until October 31, 2013. You can download it from https://en.usp-lab.com/downloads-2/.
IMPORTANT NOTE: MIT has asked me to be very clear that MIT does not endorse or sponsor USP Lab, Unicage or its products or services. This event is being held at MIT as part of their CRIBB seminar series but this does not imply any endorsement by MIT.