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Yes, Real-Time Streaming Data Is Still Growing

| July 18, 2023
Yes, Real-Time Streaming Data Is Still Growing

By Alex Woodie–A funny thing happened while the tech world was focused almost exclusively on ChatGPT over the past eight months: Adoption of other cutting-edge technologies kept growing. One of those is real-time stream data processing, interest in which has been quietly building over the past couple of years for several high-impact use cases. IDC says […]

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What Is a Digital Twin?

| June 9, 2023
What Is a Digital Twin?

 by SCOTT MARTIN –A digital twin is a virtual representation — a true-to-reality simulation of physics and materials — of a real-world physical asset or system, which is continuously updated. Step inside an auto assembly plant. See workers ratcheting down nuts to bolts. Hear the whirring of air tools. Watch pristine car bodies gliding along the […]

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Galileo Charts Data Quality Course-Correction for AI Teams

| May 16, 2023
Galileo Charts Data Quality Course-Correction for AI Teams

By Alex Woodie-For several months, the Silicon Valley startup Galileo has been selling an AI-powered product designed to help correct data quality issues for natural language processing (NLP) models and applications. Today the company announced that it’s expanding that core product out to help data science teams correct data problems impacting computer vision (CV) models […]

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Scaling AI/ML Initiatives: The Critical Role of Data 

| April 29, 2023
Scaling AI/ML Initiatives: The Critical Role of Data 

  Sponsored by: Snowflake Ritu Jyoti INTRODUCTION  Artificial intelligence (AI) is the most disruptive technology innovation of our lifetime. Originally a discipline limited to academic circles, AI is now commercially mainstream. Enterprises are embracing AI/machine learning (ML) and leveraging a variety of data types (structured, unstructured, and semistructured) in all lines of business (LOBs) and industries. […]

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The Eight Trends That Will Shape the Data Center Industry in 2023

| March 10, 2023
<strong>The Eight Trends That Will Shape the Data Center Industry in 2023</strong>

By Rich Miller–What lies ahead for the data center industry in 2023? At Data Center Frontier our eyes are on the horizon, and we’re constantly tracking the trends that matter. Each year we identify eight themes that we believe will shape the data center business. More than any year in recent memory, 2023 is likely […]

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Smart Farming and IoT Solutions Empower Farmers

| February 21, 2023
<strong>Smart Farming and IoT Solutions Empower Farmers</strong>

By Wittra Sweden-Farming is a complex, dynamic, highly competitive industry, especially since finding help has become quite complicated. Farmers need to boost production to meet growing demand while maintaining, and ideally, growing revenue. Technology advances, like IoT and smart farming, are options that offer them that ability. Plus, with the exponential growth of the world […]

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Big Things Ahead for AI in 2023: Predictions

| January 14, 2023
<strong>Big Things Ahead for AI in 2023: Predictions</strong>

By Alex Woodie–The AI train has been gaining steam for several years now, and nothing appears ready to stop it (except for bad data, that is). With momentum building, which direction will AI head in 2023? We leave that to the experts. Many AI projects are ill-conceived and ultimately fail for that reason. In 2023, […]

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Mastering the Mesh: Finding Clarity in the Data Lake

| December 10, 2022
<strong>Mastering the Mesh: Finding Clarity in the Data Lake</strong>

By Alex Woodie— Data lakes are great in theory, but their application in the real world often leaves the user wanting more. A data mesh is one approach to cleaning up chaos left by data lakes and the resulting swing back to data decentralization. A related technique prospective data mesh users may want to check […]

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Data and Analytics Investments Seen as Solid Despite Looming Recession

| November 16, 2022
<strong>Data and Analytics Investments Seen as Solid Despite Looming Recession</strong>

By Alex Woodie–Inflation eased a bit in October, but many economists are still predicting a recession will start in 2023, thanks to rising interest rates. Despite the glum overall economic forecast, spending on data, analytics, and AI projects are projected to remain solid, and perhaps will even grow, as business transformation and cloud are perceived […]

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Compute Storage Cloud Infrastructure in 2Q22

| October 21, 2022
Compute Storage Cloud Infrastructure in 2Q22

Increased 22% Y/Y to $22.6 billion. This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on October 6, 2022 at 2:02 pm According to the International Data Corporation‘s Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Infrastructure Tracker: Buyer and Cloud Deployment, spending on compute and storage infrastructure products for cloud deployments, including dedicated and shared IT environments, increased 22.4% Y/Y in 2Q22 […]

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