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Reshaping the Data Lake

Managing data lakes is discussed in this Pipeline magazine article. Read to learn practical insights for how to better leverage data lakes to extract business insights.... More Info


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The Limits of Big Data

A Particularly Hard Problem Big Data. What is it and what can we do with it?... More Info


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IoT Data: The Shift From Data Center To Edge

As written recently in The Economist, the world’s most lucrative asset is no longer oil, but data. Data is the currency of the 21st Century, and companies like Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Tesla have replaced Big Oil as the most powerful companies in the world— the collective having control over much of the world’s data and over much of the revenue to be made in the “data economy.” “Ten years ago, the challenge was to collect the data, and Big Data became the means by which businesses could affordably collect the data they never had before…... More Info


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The Evolution of Big Data: How Intelligent Fast Data Will Rule the Digital World

Evolution is one of life’s certainties, and it is manifesting in the digital and communications industry in the form of a new breed of big data, bolstered by predictive analytics and machine-learning capabilities. The increasing volume, variety and velocity of data is making this evolution necessary.... More Info


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The Big Data Movement

Few trends were hotter in 2013 than Big Data, and for good reason: over the past two years no other industry has invested more in Big Data than telecommunications. In one day, a typical tier 1 communications service provider generates and sorts through billions of CDRs (call detail records), 40 terabytes of unstructured data from Twitter and Facebook and 60 terabytes of location-based data.... More Info


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Big Data: A Closer Look with Guavus

The first hard drive my family owned had less memory capacity than my latest smartphone, cost more, and used much more power. Today, hard drives are huge, cheap and plentiful, but fundamentally the financial data I stored in 1990 is just as valuable as the data I just backed up on my Google Drive.... More Info


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The Unstructured Data Structure

n a 2013 report, FICO cautions “80% of big data is unstructured.” If that’s the case, then why are we spending so much time and energy on structured data? The answer, it seems, is that the data currently most valuable to service providers is structured.... More Info


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Big Data and Machine Learning

Big data is used to describe data which is so much larger and complex, that it is difficult to process using on hand database management tools or traditional processing applications. It refers to large, diverse, complex, longitudinal, and distributed data sets generated from instruments, sensors, Internet transactions, email, video, click streams, and all other digital sources available today and in the future.... More Info


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Mo' Data, Mo' Problems: Overcoming Big Data Hurdles

The Big Data train has left the station and is moving full steam ahead. It can be mind-boggling when you consider what happens on the Internet in just 60 seconds.... More Info


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Masking Data for Testing and Regulatory Compliance

First, the hackers went after the Target customers, which was an annoyance to customers and briefly caused them to seek their chevron-print cocktail trays and 24-roll packages of toilet paper elsewhere. Then it was the Home Depot customers, which caused a fair number of headaches and briefly drove some customers to Lowe’s or Menard’s (or at least gave them a good reason to put off fixing their squeaky garage doors).... More Info


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The Time to Establish a Data-Driven Culture is Now

Data analysis may be the single, largest business driver for service providers and enterprises today. The insights derived from analyzing various data sources to make strategic decisions are transforming organizations into a new, data-driven culture.... More Info


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The Big Data Opportunity

In this article, CSG International discusses the \"3 Vs\" of Big Data and the best practices for leveraging Big Data for new revenue opportunities.... More Info


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Achieving Zero Downtime Data Migration

This Pipeline magazine article will detail how to change inventory management solutions in such a way that prevents disruption and keeps all processes that rely on inventory data operational. Read to learn how to achieve zero downtime data migration.... More Info


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Becoming Usage-Data Driven: A New Standard

In this Pipeline magazine article, DigitalRoute looks at solving problems in usage-based revenue models by helping enterprises become usage-data driven.... More Info


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For My Next Data Center Location, I'll Take Manhattan

The Data Center Exodus From Manhattan Over the course of the last 11 years, there has been a data center exodus from Manhattan for a variety of reasons. Many events took place over this time period to make data center tenants nervous about locating their data centers in the heart of New York City.... More Info


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Datacenter Trends

This year was another tumultuous one for data centers. The type of growth we saw in 2018 followed three different trends: hybrid data centers, edge data centers and underground data centers.... More Info


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Data-driven Service Providers: Still a Myth?

Almost everyone who has been sailing and are interested in poetry will recall Samuel Coleridge’s, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” in which he wrote “Water, Water everywhere; not a drop to drink.”. To businesses swimming in oceans of data in today’s world, they can relate to that feeling as, “Data, data everywhere, not a byte I can use.” It is near impossible these days for anybody in the business world to not be overwhelmed with all the claims around the impact of big data and related analytics…... More Info


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Big Data Demands Smarter Infrastructure

In today’s Big Data Age, companies are grappling with more data than they know what to do with. The challenge facing businesses is figuring out how to properly turn big data into a profitable resource, especially since much of our customer data is siloed from other business metrics.... More Info


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Not All Big Data Solutions Are Equal

Arthur C. Nielsen, the market research pioneer, is probably best known for illuminating trends related to radio and television broadcasts.... More Info


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Smart CSPs Are Dialing Up Big Data

Big Data is making a big impact on communications service providers (CSPs).

Carriers that are diving headlong into the data analytics sea expect to enjoy differentiating advantages that can set them apart in an exceedingly competitive marketplace. Those that are lagging behind in Big Data—well, they’ll lag behind in business performance too.... More Info


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Big Data’s Role in the Post-COVID Era

The use of Big Data in the post COVID-19 era is explored in this Pipeline article. Sensors, smart phones, new devices and applications are being use, and will likely become a part of our daily lives.... More Info


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Taming Big Data

Communications service providers (CSPs) all over the globe are seeing an unprecedented rise in volume, variety and velocity of information due to next generation mobile network roll-outs, increased use of smartphones, the rise of social media, and the impending explosion of the Internet of Things (IoT). There are two additional "V"s to consider as well: veracity and value.... More Info


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Ensuring Data Integrity in Integration

Inventory integration, data integrity and integration and digital twines are discussed by FNT software in this Pipeline article.... More Info


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Evolving Onwards: Data Centers in 2021 and Beyond

2021 hybrid IT data center trends and drivers such as 5G, IoT, cloud, colocation, remote work, and virtualization are explored in this Pipeline article, written by the experts at Bluebird Network.... More Info


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Big Data Is Back In Fashion As Fuel for AI

When Gartner predicts that “by 2020, the average person will have more conversations with bots than with their spouse,” it becomes impossible to deny that, like the appearance of the first iPhone a decade ago, artificial intelligence (AI) is going transform our lives – but only more so. And like the iPhone, AI has the potential to usher in an entirely new era for service providers, acting as a powerful engine that drives them towards the goal of becoming truly digital service providers.... More Info


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Where does big data go when it dies (and why should we care)?

According to researcher and tech author Bernard Marr, every two days humanity creates as much data as it did from the beginning of time to 2003. Every minute of the day, Facebook users share nearly 2.5 million elements of content and WhatsApp users share around 350,000 photos.... More Info


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Cybersecurity from the Inside: Protecting Structured, Unstructured, & Semi-structured Data

Data is everywhere, exploding, and growing exponentially. It’s structured.... More Info


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Big Challenges for Big Data

Big or small, there’s always been data. Where we once used rulers, clocks and scales to take measurements, we now use sensors and probes powered by integrated circuits and complex software; analysis that was done with pencil and paper is now accomplishedwith spreadsheets.... More Info


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The Big Data Hubris

Big data has been with us for years, it just hasn't always been referred to as such. Back in 2008, when smartphones were just beginning their meteoric rise in popularity, Google debuted a big data tool that was heralded as a poster child for technology: Google Flu Trends (GFT).... More Info


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