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Virtex UltraScale VU440 Demonstration and R in the Borg

Virtex, FPGA Demo, here.

See the new Virtex Ultrascale VU440, the world’s largest FPGA, in action being used to prototype 10 ARM® Cortex-A9 CPUs

Slashdot, Brought To You By the Letter R, here.

Maybe Bill Gates’ Summer Reading this year will include The Art of R Programming. Pushing further into Big Data, Microsoft on Friday announced it’s buying Revolution Analytics, the top commercial provider of software and services for the open-source R programming language for statistical computing and predictive analytics. “By leveraging Revolution Analytics technology and services,” blogged Microsoft’s Joseph Sirosh, “we will empower enterprises, R developers and data scientists to more easily and cost effectively build applications and analytics solutions at scale.” Revolution Analytics’ David Smith added, “Now, Microsoft might seem like a strange bedfellow for an open-source company [RedHat:Linux as Revolution Analytics:R], but the company continues to make great strides in the open-source arena recently.” Now that it has Microsoft’s blessing, is it finally time for AP Statistics to switch its computational vehicle to R?

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