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Why Open Source is the Future of Clinical Trials

Clinovo is a Clinical Research Organization (CRO) that partners with life science companies to streamline their clinical trials. Their CTO Marc Desgrousilliers is managing the development of ClinCapture, their open source Electronic Data Capture (EDC) system. In this interview, he tells us more about why healthcare needs open source and why it...

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Follow Red Hat's Lead to be the Next Billion-Dollar Open Source Company

Ever since it was apparent that Red Hat would become the first billion-dollar Linux company, fans of free and open source software have held the company up as the poster child for Linux's business success. But the advent of cloud computing has brought a new ubiquity to Linux and open source technologies and new challenges for Red Hat.

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NASA Achieves Data Goals for Mars Rover with Open Source Software

Since the landing of NASA’s rover, Curiosity, on Mars on Aug. 11 (Earth time), I have been following the incredible wealth of images that have been flowing back. I am awestruck by the breadth and beauty of the them.   Read more... read more...

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Pabst CIO Ben Haines Brewing Cloud First IT

Pabst Brewing Co. is battling giants in the beer market and its secret weapon may be more nimble IT. That reality means legacy systems are being swapped for cloud services at a rapid clip.

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Nichols, Jacobson: Controlling Queue Delay

Kathleen Nichols and Van Jacobson have published a paper describing a new network queue management algorithm that, it is hoped, will play a significant role in the solution to the bufferbloat problem. "CoDel (Controlled Delay Management) has three major innovations that distinguish it from prior AQMs. First, CoDel’s algorithm is not based on queue size, queue-size averages, queue-size thresholds, rate measurements, link utilization, drop rate or queue occupancy time. Starting from Van Jacobson’s 2006 insight, we used the local minimum queue as a...

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