Do open source software and scientific computing add up? If object orientation, speed, and integration with other software is important, then yes. Python, Perl, and open source toolkits bring multiple benefits to science. Science and engineering laboratories have long depended on proprietary products for daily data analysis chores. Many labs are turning to open source products and development languages for specific technical benefits the conventional products don't give them.
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HyperSCSI is a new storage protocol designed for the transfer of SCSI data and commands over networks. It runs on Ethernet-based networks, but does not use TCP/IP as a foundation for communications.
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Applied Digital Solutions last year rolled out a line of wearable wireless safety devices under the trademark "Digital Angel," which can monitor temperature and pulse as well as location-sensitive information.
This Webcast is specially designed to introduce developers to IBM WebSphere Site Analyzer. This tool provides Web traffic measurement functions, allowing the user to gauge traffic volume and usage patterns (hits, page views, visits), to identify traffic sources (domains, subdomains, referrers) and to manage site integrity (link verification, site summary). The Webcast covers both current Site Analyzer technology and future plans, interleaved with a product demonstration.