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SYSTOR Findings: Researchers Push the Boundaries for Clouds, Distributed Systems, Virtual Environments, and Energy Issues

June 30, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Enterprise Storage Blog

Research company IDC last year forecast that 2010 would see the volume of digital data stored by people on the planet reach 1.2 billion terabytes. By 2020, that volume will have grown by a factor of 44 to 35 trillion gigabytes.  That’s a whole lotta of data as Led Zepplin might say! :)  It’s no wonder researchers in IBM are looking ahead for new ways to store, access, manage, and secure all that data.

Read More of Mary Hall’s Blog Post on Enterprise Storage Blog

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