• Lessons from Apollo 11

    July 20th, 1969, marks the 50thanniversary of the lunar landing of Apollo 11. This brings back a lot of great memories for me as I was on the IBM team that was supporting the IT requirements for North American Rockwel...
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  • The 5G Requirement for Data Storage

    This year we have seen some of communications service providers (CSP) like ATT, China Mobile, and Telefonica begin the rollout of 5G services. 5G stands for fifth-generation cellular wireless. 5G is fundamentally diff...
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  • 5G Storage and HCP Anywhere

    Hitachi Vantara has partnered with Telefonica and Santander Bank in developing the first 5G use cases for the banking sector in Europe. They have developed the first 5G experience around three use cases that customers...
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  • Accelerating Cloud Adoption with Hitachi Vantara

    Surveys by Gartner,IDG, and Right scale in 2018 leave no doubt that cloud adoption is mainstream. Public cloud adoption led the way increasing to 92% in the Right Scale survey. The same survey showed that 81% having a...
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  • Hitachi’s Application of AI and Machine learning

    Bernard Marr published an article about The Amazing Ways Hitachi Uses Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning in the June 14 issue of Forbes. In that article he talks about Hitachi AI Technology/H which was ...
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  • The Changing Demands of Data Require DataOps

    At a high level DataOps may be described as the process to enable the right data to get to the right place at the right time.    According to Wikipedia,this process includes the following: Validation &...
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  • The Societal Impacts of Artificial Intelligence

    In January 2015, Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and dozens of artificial intelligenceexperts[1] signed an open letter on artificial intelligence calling for research on the societal impacts ...
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  • Lumada Video Insights And DataOps Add Value to Video Assets

    According to Stratistics MRC, the global video surveillance market stood at $19.51 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $63.2 billion by 2022. It’s unclear how many surveillance cameras there are i...
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  • Moore’s Law Is Replaced by Neven's Law for Quantum Computing

    Moore’s Law In 1965, Gordon Moore, the CEO of Intel, published a paper which described a doubling in every year in the number of components per integrated circuit and projected this rate of growth would con...
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  • How Do You Replace the Durable World of Paper?

    In a time, long past, when we went to a bank to deposit or withdraw money, we had a passbook where a bank teller or post master would write, by hand, the date and amount of the transaction, the updated balance, and en...
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  • Adding to the Confusion at HPE- Yet Another Storage Platform

    On Tuesday, June18, HPE announced a new high end storage platform called Primera. HPE’s current storage product lines – Nimble and 3PAR - are mostly positioned as midrange to the low -end of the High-end. ...
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  • The Growing Demand for Object Storage

      There has been a growing buzz from analysts and thought leaders on the growing role of object storage in the data center. A recent IDC InfoBrief, sponsored by Hitachi Vantara, titled “Object Storage: Foun...
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  • Storage Slowdown in Europe - With One Exception

    According to today’s online StorageNewsletter.com, The storage market is beginning to slow down in EMEA. Although the EMEA external storage systems market recorded a positive quarter in 1Q19, with 2.4% Y/Y ...
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  • Black Holes and DataOps

    This April there was a historic event that was considered impossible to accomplish. That was the capture of an image of a Black Hole.     This was considered to be impossible since black holes are a region o...
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  • The Accelerated move to Big Data Analytics and Cloud Are Leaving Some Vendors Behind.

    The global big data market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 22.4% during the forecast period and reach USD 200 billion by 2024 according to MarketWatch estimates. Data analytics is expected to be the key dri...
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  • Social Innovation Drives Computing Innovations for Powering Good

    “Social Innovation addresses the world’s social and environmental needs. It’s bigger than an individual or company. Social Innovation requires businesses and the entire society to work toge...
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  • DataOps Gives You an Advantage—We Know Because We do it Ourselves

    Our Chief Marketing Officer Jonathan Martin, published a blog to call attention to the fact that the old ways of data management are getting in the way of transforming data into Value. He called for customers to ...
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  • Poor Results Continue for Storage Vendors

    Following the revenue misses announced by Pure and NetApp, in the prior week, Dell and Nutanix reported missed revenue targets on May 30.   Dell Technologies fiscal Q1 earnings missed the consensus revenue target...
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  • Disruption in The Big Data Analytics Market

      Yesterday, MapR, a pioneer in cloud data management since 2009, announced that it plans to cut 122 jobs and close its headquarters which is located just a few miles from our location in Silicon Valley...
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  • Data Challenges are Killing AI Projects

      Today’s May 28, 2019, Wall Street Journal reports that data challenges are halting AI projects. They quoted IBM executive Arvind Krishna as saying, “ Data-related challenges are a top reason IBM cli...
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