Big Data Throwdown: Top 10 Trends
Network virtualization is catching big data analytics in its wake as service providers and businesses are increasingly counting on analytics to not only collect more data, but also use it to make better data-driven decisions at a faster pace.
The use of big data analytics also includes a cultural transformation in order to help carriers and their end customers better understand the information that is being gathered.
According to a report by IDC, worldwide revenues for big data will grow from $130.1 billion last year to more than $203 billion by 2020.
Each year, software company Tableau examines industry trends related to big data analytics. That information drives the company's top ten data trends for the following year. Here's a look at Tableau's predictions for this year.
— Mike Robuck, Editor, Telco Transformation