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IBM’s MessageSight

Sander Duivestein
May 03, 2013

“Three years ago, Google’s Eric Schmidt announced that every two days, more information is created than was the case from the dawn of humanity up to 2003. According to IMS Research, by 2020 web-connected devices will create 2.5 quintillion bytes of information every day, with 22 billion internet of things devices up-belching information to the web. To marshal all that data, IBM has come up with a platform it calls MessageSight, which will allow any one organization to pool information from up to a million sensors and devices, at a rate of 13 million messages per second.” Read here more.

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Trend Watcher – New Media, Trend Analyst VINT | Netherlands
Sander Duivestein (1971) is a highly acclaimed and top-rated trendwatcher, an influential author, an acclaimed keynote speaker, a digital business entrepreneur, and a strategic advisor on disruptive innovations. His main focus is the impact of new technologies on people, businesses and society. He is therefore a much sought-after speaker for conferences, strategy sessions and other business gather

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    1. Poor mister Schmidt. He has lost touch with reality entirely. I bet the DNA of a single ant holds more information than all servers in mr. Schmidt’s cloud can store 😉
      A single rabbit pair can produce more information every year the Google can ever store in her Cloud. And have more fun doing so…

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