A growing urban population is putting increasing pressure on infrastructures Ė and creating a bigger challenge for governments to meet their safety, road performance and cost saving targets. Modern location mapping platforms are growing in accuracy and capabilities Ė giving governments a way to provide real-time, personalized and integrated mobility services to citizens.
In Ovumís Location Platform Index, 2H17, HERE has been ranked a leader based on overall reach and completeness Ė and the leader for platform completeness. In this report, you can see exactly how we measure up in the market against some of the leading competition.
Frost & Sullivan review the limitations associated with a single-provider approach to MPLS networks and its impact on the enterprise. They examine Virtela's Global Service Fabric - a multi-carrier network approach that provides a best-of-breed global MPLS network solution.
This white paper describes an energy audit tool which can lead to significant decreases in the costs of running a data center. Thermal Zone Mapping (TZM) is a visualization tool developed to present in graphical format high level thermal metrics developed by HP and targeted for use as part of the HP Data Center Thermal Assessment service. This tool uses data generated from computer models of the data center and generates metrics, which are then post-processed and visualized in the three-dimensional data center space.
Medical research is surging into the 21st Century, and includes the dawn of personalized medicine. The realization of personalized medicine is being driven by the increasing speed and dropping costs of gene sequencing. These new technologies for rapid sequencing have created a dramatic need for storage technologies that will radically increase the speed, while reducing costs for research storage. Read this white paper to learn how the exponential growth in genome-mapping data has spawned the growth in affordable, petabyte-capacity storage solutions that can scale as quickly as the data is produced.
DBAs are constantly challenged to increase database performance while keeping costs down. This short paper discusses Resource Mapping Methodology (RMM) which defines a systematic process for performing Wait-Event analysis to optimize database performance.
Class of Service (CoS) functionality can help optimize network performance. For a successful deployment, network designers should identify all applications, understand requirements associated with each application, designate appropriate mapping for groups of applications and provide mechanisms in the underlying network to deliver CoS. CoS mapping and deployment are important; adhering to tested strategies and avoiding common misconceptions helps IT managers advance optimization across the wide area network.
Companies increasingly rely on IT discovery to provide a complete picture of the infrastructure for IT optimization and migration initiatives. But current methods are costly, and they can take too long to deliver results. ALDM (analytics for logical dependency mapping), a new service from IBM Research, is changing all of that. In this interview, Larry Thompson, IBM offering development executive, explains how ALDM reengineers IT discovery with analytics, automation and cloud computing technologies and delivers a more complete and accurate view of your IT environment. Listen to the full 8-minute podcast interview or read the two-page encapsulated version to learn how ALDM is lowering the cost of IT discovery while speeding results.
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