I assume that you would like to analyze this data. For instance, if you are trying to figure out temperature peaks within a given period, this would be very easy to do.
Xcalar does not care about the format of your data. Although, we do support defaults for popular formats, we provide you the ability to import any proprietary formats. This is provided through the UDFs. You can write an Import UDF that can parse stream of binary data, and convert it into a readable format, including any preliminary cleansing that may include noise reduction. The output of the UDF is human readable, so you can view the data in Xcalar Design.