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5G without USA: yes we can!

European technology suppliers combined with Shenzen ecosystem of small and medium businesses can provide everything that is needed to create latest generation 4G and 5G virtual radio access network (VRAN) infrastructure without depending on USA suppliers and at a fraction of the cost of traditional approaches of the four dominant telecom infrastructure providers.
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How Nexedi moved to HTTP2 with Caddy

After trying and failing to move to HTTP2 using Apache in 2017, Nexedi has adopted Go language based Caddy server. Initial results of HTTP2 show significant speed improvement and good stability. Next step will be the adoption of QUIC. Migration was smooth and entirely automated thank to a test driver devops approach recently introduced in SlapOS.
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Edge Computing for Industrial Automation and Control

The business of industrial automation and control will move away over time from existing, highly profitable, proprietary product lines towards much more flexible yet less profitable open hardware and Free Software. Future profits will eventually emerge from online services based on industrial big data, personalisation, legal regulation and trade secret powered by increasingly smart sensors and gateways at the edge.
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A multi-core Python HTTP server (much) faster than Go (spoiler: Cython)

A multi-core Python HTTP server that is about 40% to 110% faster than Go can be built by relying on the Cython language and LWAN C library. A proof of concept validates the possibility of high performance system programming in the Cython language.
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Python mulit-core benchmark in uvloop context

The existence of cython combined with a clean concurrency model based on technologies such as gevent and pygolang could change the situation if both can be tightly integrated into cython's static cdef code rather than scattered as it is today.
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Free Big Data for Free AI

Nexedi has introduced during Zhejiang International Smart Healthcare Innovation Conference the role of Free Big Data to regulate AI market and preserve medical knowledge sharing. Wendelin IA platform was first demoed.
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NayuOS's future after Google

Little by little, Google is extending ChromeOS while leaving ChromiumOS in a kind of incomplete state. What will be the future of NayuOS in this context?
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Improving the performance of Ansible

Since Ansible switched to v2, the deep rebuild of its architecture has led to a huge slowdown in its performance. Here we show two ways of improvement that can be easily implemented.
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Nexedi Demonstrates Open Source Network Management System for 5G/4G Networks at MWC 2018

Nexedi is demonstrating during Mobile World Congress 2018 a preview of a Network Management System (NMS) designed for low latency 5G and 4G networks. NMS is published under Free Software license, integrated with Amarisoft 5G / 4G stack and supports Edge Computing for AI offloading.
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NEO powered ERP5 reaches 100 TB of Wendelin out-of-core data

NEO distributed database has reached on November 24th 2017 a storage size of 100 TB consisting of 30 big data streams of about 3.3 TB each stored on a cluster of inexpensive computers running 18 parallel MariaDB and RockDB storage engines.
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Optimising MariaDB for Big Data

MariaDB is used at the core of ERP5 and Wendelin. Thanks to NEO distributed object store, MariaDB can store hundred terabyte of big data information such as wind turbine vibration, noise, server logs, etc. We explain in this blog how we currently optimise MariaDB to obtain good results and what remains to be done at the core of MariaDB to reach even further scalability.
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High Peformance Multi-core Python at Nexedi

Nexedi has been able to use python language in a multi-core high performance fashion for over 10 years. We explain how in this blog and provide a simple set of rules to quickly remember how and why python is suitable for concurrent programming. We also explain our decision to use golang in rare cases where python is not suitable.
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WebAssembly as target for linux kernel : a dream that may soon come true

The Web world is converging to have full high performance computing runtime available right in the browser. WebAssembly development will soon bring to JavaScript world the necessary primitives we need to make a proper Linux in browser port.
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Announcing the SlapOS Yocto Project

SlapOS will be ported to Yocto in order to extend it applicability to industrial embedded systems and applications with high security constraints.
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Nexedi recommends Free Software for Reporting

Jedox PALO and Jupyter are two Free Software worth considering to support enterprise applications with reporting and visualisation. Both solutions have demonstrated their efficiency in relation with large ERP5 deployments.
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Nexedi recommends Free Software for Database

MariaDB, PostgreSQL and Cubrid are three Free Database software worth considering to build new generation enterprise applications or replace legacy proprierary database software. MariaDB has demonstrated its scalability on large ERP5 deployments.
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Flocks of Drones with SlapOS

SlapOS hyperconverged OS is an ideal solution to deploy orchestrated services that interconnect flocks of drones with data collection points and backend services for image processing.
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5G Edge Computing VRAN with SlapOS and Amarisoft

Deploying an LTE network with 5G caracteristics is a matter of a few hours and few thousand euros thanks to Amarisoft and SlapOS. It supports features that none of the big 4 (Huawei, Nokia, Ericsson, ZTE) currently support. This leads to disruptive business models for Telecom industry.
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OfficeJS App Developer Contest

The landing page of OfficeJS App Developer Contest.
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Earth Observation AppStore

A presentation of the Big Data AppStore in the context of digital transformation strategy of multinational companies specialising in Earth Observation.
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