Microsoft unveiled details about its upcoming platform to access and manipulate large data sets, dubbed “Project Daytona,” at the company’s 12th annual Faculty Summit this week.

Microsoft said the platform will expand the toolset for scientists in need of large-scale data computation capabilities and is designed to run a wide class of analytics on Microsoft’s Windows Azure cloud computing environment.

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