Company claims a new customer in CERN and plans to build out sales and marketing efforts in the U.S. and Europe Read more »
Basho, a NoSQL startup whose Riak database competes against the likes of Cassandra in scale-out environments, has lost its CEO Greg Collins, CTO Justin Sheehy and Chief Architect Andy Gross. In an interview with the Register, Sheehy said the departures aren’t as bad as they look and that the company is in good hands. Perhaps, although whoever replaces Collins will be the company’s fourth CEO since it was founded in 2007, and neither of the company’s co-founders remain. Basho has raised more than $31 million in venture capital, with its last funding round of $11.1 million coming in July 2012.
Let go of your transistors. A physicist from SLAC who spoke at SXSW interactive has proposed using the state changes in the orbits of electrons as a way to build faster computers. Read more »