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Cisco Data Virtualization

…d upcoming product enhancements. Since joining Cisco through our acquisition of Composite Software in July 2013, data virtualization has been a key piece of our portfolio and is a vital solution to our customers’ challenges brought on by the Internet of Everything (IoE), Cloud and Big Data trends. Data is exploding now more than ever before. The majority of data is generated automatically by connected devices with up to 50 billion devices expecte…

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Turbocharging new Hadoop workloads with Application Centric Infrastructure

At the June Hadoop Summit in San Jose, Hadoop was re-affirmed as the data center “killer app,” riding an avalanche of Enterprise Data, which is growing 50x annually through 2020.  According to IDC, the Big Data market itself growing six times faster than the rest of IT. Every major tech company, old and new, is now driving Hadoop innovation, including Google, Yahoo, Facebook Microsoft, IBM, Intel and EMC – building value added solutions on open…

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The Dynamic Protective Shield of Big Data Analytics

As we think of Healthcare and Big data Analytics, some of the topics that come to fore front are personalized medicines, managing readmissions, identifying health risk indexes and many more. While each of these is important areas that benefit from power of Big Data Analytics, one of the areas that is at table stakes in Healthcare is protecting critical care systems. Can the power of big data analytics provide us a protective shield? Before we di…

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Unlock Big Data with Breakthroughs in Management Automation

…roduction to this blog series from Scott Ciccone on how Cisco’s solutions can help customers unlock the power of Big Data, this blog focus on management innovation that Cisco UCS brings to Big Data ecosystem. Access to more and better data is creating new sources of competitive advantage and it has increased relevance in the connected world of IoE. This is aptly reflected in quote from Stanford’s Anand Rajaram  -  “More data usually beats better…

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CCAP+Remote PHY and the Path Towards FTTH, Unified Access and Virtualization

…umber of video-capable, IP-connected screens we all use, and the fact that video itself is only scheduled to get bigger (we’re looking at you 4K), and it’s easy to envision why it’s a considerable challenge to keep the cable infrastructure updated, and capable of ever-increasing carrying capacities. Here in Denver, we are focused on this challenge. Big picture, we are “transforming” cable access from a DOCSIS focus, to integrate DOCSIS with servi…

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