Big Data Nick Knupffer Marketing Director PRC & APAC DCSG, Intel1
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Every two days, we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 200333
Big Data Phenomenon 1.8ZB in 2011 750 Million 966PB 2 Days > the dawn of civilization Photos uploaded to Facebook in Stored in US manufacturing to 2003 2 days (2009) 209 Billion 200+TB 200PB RFID tags sale in 2021: A boy’s 240’000 hours by a MIT Storage of a Smart City project from 12 million in 2011 Media Lab geek in China $800B $300B /year $32+B in personal location data within US healthcare saving from Big Acquisitions by 4 big players 10 years Data since 2010 “Data are becoming the new raw material of business: an economic input almost on a par with capital and labor.” —The Economist, 2010 “Information will be the ‘oil of the 21st century.’” —Gartner, 201044
What is Big Data? Traditional Data Big Data Volume Gigabytes to Terabytes Petabytes and beyond Velocity Occasional Batch – Real-Time Data Analytics Complex Event Processing Variety Centralized, Structured Distributed, i.e. Database Unstructured Multi-format Vast Amounts of Information; Virtually Free55
The Challenges of Big Data Massive scale and growth of unstructured data 80%~90% of total data Volume Growing 10x~50x faster than structured (relational) data 10x~100x of traditional data warehousing Realtime rather than batch-style analysis Velocity Data streamed in, tortured, and discarded Making impact on the spot rather than after-the-fact Heterogeneity and variable nature of Big Data Many different forms (text, document, image, video, ...) Variety No schema or weak schema Inconsistent syntax and semantics66
Why is Big Data Important? Smart City Project: Up to 50% Decrease Improve Public in Product Safety, Boost Development and Economic Growth Assembly Costs1 Online Retailer Generate Revenue Generated 30% of from Data Analytics Sales Due to of B2B Sales? Analytics Driven Recomendations1 Data is the Raw Material of the Information Age1::McKinsey Global Institute Analysis77 *Other brands and names are the property of their respective owners.
Big Data Solutions: VolumeTraditional Storage Distributed Storage Architecture Application Servers Application Ten 9’s Durability & Storage Client 50% Lower TCO Metadata Storage Servers Servers SAN Metadata Storage (Storage Area Services Services Network) 1000s of Nodes & >200GB’s/sec Performance88 *Other brands and names are the property of their respective owners.
Big Data Solutions: Velocity In Memory Analytics Network Edge Analytics Stream Processing Analysis & Decision Support Applications Search and Analysis of 53 Million Customer Analyze Data as its Collected to Records: Make Near Real-time Decisions From 2-3 Hours to 2-3 Seconds!1991: Hilti Corporation case study *Other brands and names are the property of their respective owners.
Big Data Solutions: Variety Unstructured Emerging Analytical Paradigms Multi-format Data Technologies Structured Data Relational Database EXALYTICS1010 *Other brands and names are the property of their respective owners.
Big Data is Different from Traditional Data New Workloads/Methodologies to Design New Platforms Processing Data Management Analytics Real-time Analytics Distributed Analytics Scale-up Distributed Processing Speed Platform Hierarchy Descriptive Analytics Predictive/Prescriptive Analytics Relational Database NoSQL and NewSQL (SQL) Data Warehouse Flexible Scale-Out Schema Cluster Platform Batch-style Analytics Volume 1x 10x 100x Traditional Data Big Data1111
The Major Source of Sensed Data Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart City Internet of Things (IoT) is a major source Most IoT apps are relevant for sensed data to Smart City, funded by governments Intelligence Environment Protection (Processing) Smart Agriculture Smart Logistics Interconnect Public Safety (Communication) E-Health Intelligence Intelligent Transportation (Control) Smart Home Smart Grid Instrumentation Industrial Automation (Sensing)1212 Source: GreatWall Strategy Consultants
Intel’s Role in Big Data Accelerating big data analytics through faster and more effective CPU, Storage, I/O, Network platform. Driving innovation in big data applications by providing optimized software stack and services. Foster the growth of big data ecosystem through broad collaboration with partners. Investing in Solution Research and Services for Big DataData of any type, under any provisioning method, is analyzed to find insights that drive business, social, and ecological value.1414
Universal Insights Instant analysis at every level, from the sensor to the datacenter Visualization & Interpretation [Un]Structured Horizontal & Vertical Scale Streaming Batch E7 Analytics Analytics Data E5 Data Acquisition Microserver E3 Local Analytics Complex Event Processing Analytics Processing Preprocessing/ Storage Cleansing/Filtering/ Aggregation Horizontal Scale Data Acquisition Video Analytics Sensors Cameras Every device that consumes electricity, should compute.1515 Every device that computes, should also analyze.
Example: Intel AIM View - Face Detection Two viewers detected Demographics analyzed: Gender: Males Age bracket: Adults Show targeted content Viewing Information Collected: Person 1: 10 seconds , Person 2: 8 seconds Built-In Privacy Protection - No images are recorded and no personal information is collected Accuracy Levels: Face detection: ~98% Gender: ~86% Age: ~70% to 80% depending on life stage bracket (child, young adult, adult, senior citizen) Distance: Up to 15 ft. or 35ft. depending on camera resolution Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of other respected companies1616
Immediate Insights Intel builds performance customized and optimized extreme solutions to drive immediate insights and discoveries. From Telecoms, to Financial Services, to Smart cities, Manufacturing and Healthcare, Intel delivers robust security and trusted extreme performance computing, software, storage and network solutions customized and optimized for every industry; leading to insights and discoveries that better our1717 world.
Insights for everyone New analytics economics through scale and standards. Smart Building Smart Grid sensors sensors Industrial Automation Pollution sensors sensors Meteorological Smart sensors meters INTELLIGENT CITY INTELLIGENT FACTORY INTELLIGENT INTELLIGENT HOSPITAL HIGHWAY Sensors on Inductive Traffic cameras Portable medical Medical sensors Smartphone Sensors on sensors imaging services on ambulances Vehicles Intel’s open platforms, open software, open standards approach and industry leadership will drive down the cost and drive up the pace of innovation, putting affordable Big Data analytical capabilities within everyone’s reach.1818
Summary 1 Big Data is here and growing rapidly 2 Intel is well positioned from a software stack and platform basis 3 Intel is committed to investing in new technology to address more demanding big data requirements of the future1919
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