One of the most exciting, yet challenging opportunities companies face today is related to data. Every year, they have to deal with about 40% more data than the year before. At this rate, by 2020, there will be 40 zettabytes of data in the world (40 trillion gigabytes) – that is 5,200 GB of data for every person on the planet Earth. If these volumes were not enough to make you dizzy, think about the variety of sources and format that is inherent to the Internet of Everything. There are currently more than 15 billion devices connected to the Internet, creating billions of connections between people, processes and things, in hundreds of different formats – how to analyze all this?

Cisco, Hortonworks and Red Hat have partnered to develop industry leading solutions that can help you make the most of this data by delivering three fundamental aspects: performance, scalability and manageability. These solutions are built up on modern and agile data architectures that rely on modular building blocks, adapts to the business demands and integrates today and tomorrow’s technological advances. With these solutions enterprises can capture, store and analyze data efficiently at lower cost and gain a powerful competitive advantage.

To learn more about the collaboration between Cisco, Hortonworks and Red Hat, and see how you too can benefit from their experience, vision and validated architecture, attend the webinar on April 30.


Raghunath Nambiar

No Longer with Cisco