Data Gravity: Driving Design for Intelligent Mission Fabric
What is Data Gravity and what does it mean for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) and government networks?
Paradigm Shift with Edge Intelligence
In my Internet of Things keynote at LinuxCon 2014 in Chicago last week, I touched upon a new trend: the rise of a new kind of utility or service model, the so-called IoT specific service provider model, or IoT SP for short. I had a recent conversation with a team of physicists at the Large Hadron […]
Open Source at The Large Hadron Collider and Data Gravity
I am delighted to announce a new Open Source cybergrant awarded to the Caltech team developing the ANSE project at the Large Hadron Collider. The project team...
The Three Mega Trends in Cloud and IoT
A consequence of the Moore Nielsen prediction is the phenomenon known as Data Gravity: big data is hard to move around, much easier for the smaller applications to come to it. Consider this: it took mankind over 2000 years to produce 2 Exabytes (2×1018 bytes) of data until 2012; now we produce this much in […]