ARM Lead Mobile Strategist, James Bruce, joins InformationWeek's Art Wittmann at the whiteboard to talk about why virtualization is such an important trend for smartphones, and how ARM's Cortext-A15 will enable that virtualization in hardware.
We pluck two lucky audience members from the Valley View crowd to give us an elevator pitch. We feature Aurasma (part of HP's Autonomy). It makes an augmented reality app. Also Stephen Harris, VP of US products for Hitachi Consulting.
DataSift CEO Rob Bailey talks about the growth in big data, and his company's platform to ingest, manage and provide that data from social networks. He also provides a quick demonstration of the product.
Everything from IBM's new CEO getting snubbed at the Masters golf tournament to Microsoft's acquisition of AOL patents to AT&T's new slogan (or T-Mobile spokeswoman Carly's change in attitude) to Mitt Romney's use of Google+ is ripe for ridicule.
As enterprise organizations try to solve the collaboration problem, Proton Media comes to the rescue with ProtoSphere, an immersive, 3D environment that ties itself to the Microsoft stack (Lync, Outlook, Sharepoint) for a unique experience.
Zynga, one of the most popular developers of games in the universe went from relying on the public cloud, to developing a private cloud (Z-Cloud), which it now offers as a service. CTO Allan Leinwand discusses how it came about, and talks big data.
Mobile, Social Analytics, Collaboration, and Cloud just happen to be the hottest topics in technology, and the subjects of the April 24 episode of our monthly, live web show Valley View, featuring ARM, DataSift, Proton Media, Zynga, and more!
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