Organizations today are collecting tremendous volumes of data, generated by a wide variety of sources, often at extreme velocities. This is “big data”—the millions of stock trades, call detail records (CDRs), social media posts and patient test results produced every single day. Leading
Von McConnell, Executive Director of the Innovation & Advanced Labs at Sprint, discusses how his company uses big data and analytics at the Information On Demand 2012 conference.
During the conference IBM announced a new digital marketing system and big data software designed to help
Everyone knows everything is bigger in China, and big data is no exception. This is why it is no surprise that big data interest is gaining a lot of momentum in China.
On August 23 and 24, IBM organized a technical summit in Beijing, and one of the main tracks was about big data. In fact, this
In this video, Christine Twiford, T-Mobile's Manager of Network Technology Solutions, explains how and why T-Mobile replaced a 40 terabyte (TB) Oracle data warehouse with an IBM Netezza appliance. She discusses the various business units served by the IBM Netezza appliance today and the evolution
With IBM Netezza, TEOCO Corporation is able to simplify big data, saving time and resources. Senior Director of Product Management Jonjie Sena explains the importance of analytics and how IBM Netezza has streamlined the process of solving business problems.
To understand some challenges facing the communications industry and how our customers create value by analyzing large volumes of data, I spoke with Raquel Katigbak - an IBM business solutions executive specializing in the industry.
Mike: Raquel, this appears a good time for consumers in the
Is there a better option?
Not a comment you ever want a customer to utter to themselves, especially in competitive industries such as telecommunications, banking, retail or insurance.
In telecommunications, and for Communication Service Providers (CSPs) specifically, a fundamental tenet is that it