Intel Exec: Extracting Value From Big Data Remains Elusive

Intel Corp. is convinced it can sell a lot of server and storage silicon as big data takes off in the datacenter. Still, the chipmaker finds that major barriers to big data adoption remain, most especially what to do with all those zettabytes of data.“The dirty little secret about big data is no one actually knows what to do with it,” Jason Waxman, general manager of Intel’s Cloud Platforms Group, asserted during a recent company datacenter event. Early adopters “think they know what to do with it, and they know they have to collect it because you have to have a big data strategy, of course. But when it comes to actually deriving the insight, it’s a little harder to go do.” Put another way, industry analysts rate the difficulty…


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