Software firm releases free tools
Published : Monday, 6 April, 2020 at 4:57 PM Count : 166
WANdisco is donating data software to fast-track international efforts to develop the potential treatment and cures for coronavirus.
The Sheffield and Silicon Valley-based company has released free access to the equipment in its suites for each team that processes big data about the coronavirus.
David Richards, Founder and CEO WANdisco said: “Academics and organizations around the world are racing to create a vaccine and we want to help them.
“Every minute new data is being generated about people with the disease. Finding a reliable correlation to this huge amount of data will point to solutions, save lives and cripple the economy. We believe that our data software can accelerate this process. This is the right thing to do for our organization. "
Machine learning and other big data methods work best on a large amount of data. To support accurate analysis across geographical boundaries, the organization's software works in stages to migrate or consolidate data.
This gives researchers working on different systems the opportunity to effectively share their data worldwide. As the software delivers changes to the data as soon as possible, the research is always guaranteed based on current insights.-Internet