by August 20, 2013 0 comments

Ho Chi Minh City: The increase is spurred largely by billions of networked sensors and intelligent systems – also known as the Internet of Things (IoT). From the proliferation of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets to RFID readers and sensors, people and machines are producing data at exponential rates.

In fact, the world generates one petabyte of data every 11 seconds or the equivalent of 13 years of consecutive high definition video, says Intel. The term “big data” commonly refers to this explosion of data – characterized by its volume, variety and velocity – that offers the potential to enrich our lives through new scientific discoveries, business models and consumer experiences.

The number of connected devices is equal to the current global population, and is expected to double by 2015, says Cisco’s latest Visual Networking Index.

Every individual and organization in the world should be able to unlock the intelligence,available in big data, proposes Intel. The company aims to address the cost, complexity and confidentiality concerns associated with managing, storing and securing the massive amounts of data.[image_library_tag 450/83450, alt=”big-data-driver” width=”402″ height=”228″ ,default]

Intel is addressing these concerns by delivering open data management and analytics software platforms including the Intel Distribution of Apache Hadoop* software (Intel Distribution) and the Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software.


Intel has identified multiple routes to market for its big data solutions: system integrators (SI), independent software vendors (ISV) original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and training partners form the basis of this go to market plan.

By partnering with all key segments of the technology ecosystem, SI’s, ISV’s and OEM’s Intel aims to equip these partners with the capability to address their customers’ big data and cloud challenges and to create new revenue streams. By working with training partners, Intel plans to engage and educate customers about the user case scenarios and opportunities big data holds for a range of businesses.

 There was also a panel discussion where experts on big data from Intel and its partners including SAP deliberated on many aspects of big data and how to leverage it to gain business benefit.


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