Fujitsu North America Technology Forum 2012 by Fujitsu Laboratories of America
"From Sensor Networks to Human Networks: Turning Big Data into Actionable Wisdom"
January 25, 2012 Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
According to IDC, 2.4 zettabytes (2.4 billion terabytes) of unstructured "big data" will be created in 2012. From sensors on our bodies to interactions on social networks, new layers of data about people, places, and things are emerging in real time from many directions, providing context around our content, location, searches, purchases, environment, and social/interest graphs. This is creating new challenges for IT and communications industry around data storage, bandwidth and processing, but also new opportunities for delivering valuable services to customers and society, by converting this data into actionable wisdom.
Please find video archives here from our event held on January 25th, 2012 for our 5th Annual Fujitsu North America Technology Forum to hear from industry experts on big data and its impact and see how Fujitsu R&D is leveraging big data and ICT technologies to deliver innovative solutions for the 21st century.
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NOTE: You may find detailed agenda from our tech forum on our Web site, with links to respective PDF presentations: