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10/7-10/8 – Big Data in Clinical Development 2015 is the world’s most disruptive and innovative forum to tackle the complexities of R&D data and its application in clinic care. Zachary Pitluk, VP of Life Sciences Business Development, is a confirmed speaker and panelist. Meet us at Booth #5. Learn More.
8/26 – NERSC Accelerates Scientific Analysis with SciDB Read Article.
7/29 – Forbes: Turing Award-Winner Stonebraker On The Future Of Taming Big Data. Read Article.
7/1 – SUPER-MEETUP: Boston IoT, Cloud and Devops Communities. Paul Brown, our Chief Data Scientist is a confirmed panelist. Learn More.
6/11 – Momentum Release: Growing Trend Toward Industrialization of Genomics Drives Growth at Paradigm4. Company builds on successes with National Institutes of Health and Other Life Sciences leaders to grow customer base. Read Release.
5/13 – 2015 Life Sciences Informatics: The MA Opportunity for Global Leadership (LSIX15). The conference will explore the challenges, implementations, and emerging opportunities in Life Sciences technology and informatics in the region. Marilyn Matz will be a panelist for Innovative Partnerships. Learn more.
4/22 – NERSC’s approach to dealing with large amounts of structured data involves using SciDB as a unified data management, analysis, and sharing framework. Two use cases and their basic operations describe how researchers analyze different workloads and scales. Read the Use Case
4/21-4/23 – Bio-IT World Conference 2015. The Expo provides the perfect venue to share information and discuss enabling technologies that are driving biomedical research and the drug development process. Check out booth 135. Learn more.
4/10 – FMI Accelerating Cancer Informatics using SciDB – Paradigm4 and Foundation Medicine to present at Boston’s Bio IT World. View Replay.
3/25 – Paradigm4 Cofounder and CTO Mike Stonebraker wins Turing Award—’Nobel Prize in Computing’ Read More.
2/15-2/20 – The Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference 2015. The conference’s focus is on Drug Discovery, Genomics, Diagnostics and Information Technology. To connect with Marilyn directly use the CHI Intronet (must be an attendee of the conference). Connect with Marilyn.
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12/2 – Xconomy Forum: Tech Agenda 2015. Hear some of the smartest people in tech break down the biggest trends and pressing problems for our country’s most innovative industries, from commerce and robotics to media, education, investing, and more. Marilyn Matz our CEO is a confirmed speaker. Learn more.
10/27 – 2nd International Workshop on Big Data in Bioinformatics and Healthcare Informatics (BBH14). Marilyn Matz will be serving as a panelist for the Big Data Panel. Learn more.
10/22 – R Meetup: The SciDB package for large data and genomics analysis. Bryan Lewis will show how to use RStudio, Shiny, and SciDB to accomplish a few common, real-world genomics analysis workflows in use today by SciDB-R users. Register and learn more
08/28 – Paradigm4 to participate September 16-18 in inaugural Mass Big Data Tech Trek, part of the Massachusetts Big Data Initiative launched by Governor Deval Patrick
07/22 – Big Data Problems – Variety not Volume Big Data Forum
07/15 – Sorting Through Big Data’s Challenges Will Take Time [ci]channelinsider
07/10 – Leaving Big Data on the Table: New Survey Shows Variety—Not Volume—Is the Biggest Challenge of Analyzing Big Data: Report Shows Half of Data Scientists Fed Up with Traditional Databases Bulldog Reporter
07/09 – Survey: Variety, Not Volume, Biggest Challenge to Analyzing Big Data Healthcare Informatics
07/09 – Survey: In Analytics, Data Variety More Challenging than Volume Becker’s Hospital CIO
07/08 – Data Analysts Desperate for New Systems, Says Survey Datacenter Dynamics
07/07 – Data Storage Demands Complicated by Data Variety eWeek
07/07 – Cloud Infographic – Leaving Data On The Table CloudTweaks
07/03 – 8 Of The Best Open Source Tools For All Your Big Data Needs! EFYTimes.com
07/03 – Survey: Hadoop Limitations and Variety of Big Data Types Impede Analysis Application Development Trends
07/03 – Big data: too big for its own good, say data scientists FierceCIO
07/03 – Data variety bigger hurdle than volume Healthcare IT News
07/03 – Google’s MapReduce Divorce Does Not Mean End of Hadoop is Near Data Center Knowledge
07/02 – Big Data Proving to Be A Real Challenge for Data Scientists Dataconomy
07/02 – Big data makes research more difficult say data scientists ITProPortal
07/02 – Leaving Data on the Table: Data Scientists Reveal Obstacles to Big Data InsideBIGDATA
07/02 – Survey: Hadoop Not the Answer for Big Data Diversity The VAR Guy
07/02 – Data Scientists Frustrated by Data Variety, Find Hadoop Limiting NetworkWorld
07/01 – Survey finds Hadoop is too slow, big data is too complex TechRadar
07/01 – Big data makes research more difficult say data scientists BetaNews
07/01 – Survey: Variety, Not Volume, Stymies Data Scientists Datanami
07/01 – New Survey Shows Variety, Not Volume, is the Bigger Challenge of Analyzing Big Data Press Release
04/14 – On the SciDB array database. Interview with Mike Stonebraker and Paul Brown. ODBMS Industry Watch
04/10 – Array Databases: The Next Big Thing in Data Analytics? Datanami
04/09 – Earth Science Data Analysis in the Era of Big Data IEEE EarthZine
03/06 – The Struggle to Integrate Data Keeps Users Tethered to Same Old Apps SearchCIO: The Data Mill
02/14 – INTERVIEW:Marilyn Matz, CEO of Paradigm4 insideBIGDATA
02/07 -Paradigm4: The Next Big Thing In Big Data Forbes
11/1 – How Companies Can Use Big Data to Make Better Decisions BostInno
04/11 – Big Data 100: Business Analytics CRN
01/17 – 12 Boston Tech Firms Making ‘Big Data’ Possible Boston Business Joural
04/02 – Big Data Forefather Michael Stonebraker Shows No Signs of Slowing Down After Four Decades Boston Business Journal
03/02 – Boston is a database hub. Here are 5 startups to watch GigaOm
02/24 – It’s Not the Big Data, It’s the Right Data GigaOm
01/23 – Mass. Firms Foresee Riches, Jobs Charting Vast Data The Boston Globe
01/07 – Big Data Needs May Create Thousands Of Tech Jobs NPR
02/24 – Mike Stonebraker: Bringing Good Ideas from Lab to Real World Wall Street Journal