Big Data and Our Children’s Security – The Shift to Digital Learning
By Alice Linahan August 6, 2015
On the Women on the Wall Communication Team Conference Call, I stated that I was not supporting the movement to stand behind Attorney General Ken Paxton. Paxton has been indicted on 3 counts of fraud in connection to his business dealings with a McKinney based technology company, Servergy, Inc.
Servergy, Inc. develops server technology for data center and embedded applications. The privately held company, which was founded in 2009, has raised $26 million from selling shares to private investors between 2009 and 2013, according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
(BUSINESS WIRE) Cleantech IT innovation and design firm Servergy, Inc. announced today at an IDC Open Compute Project event held in Dubai at the Burj Al Arab that it has partnered with the University of Texas San Antonio (UTSA) Cloud and Big Data Laboratory, and only North America Open Compute Lab, to create an open innovation bridge between Open Compute Project and OpenPOWER for the benefit of both communities.
“We are very excited about partnering with Servergy to create the world’s first Open Compute Power8 Solution Laboratory,” said Paul Rad, UTSA Director of Cloud and BigData Research and the Chair of High-Performance Cloud at Cloud Advisory Council.“ The lab will serve as an open innovation bridge between Open Compute Project and OpenPOWER community for researching energy efficient hyper-scale, High-Performance Cloud and Big Data markets.”
Failure to understand what’s been done to our children is risky business. You can’t stop them unless you understand what they’ve done and what they continue to do. Our children and their future is clearly in danger!
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