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Clemson researchers and IT scientists team up to tackle Big Data


October 29, 2015

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Where should Big Data be stored and shared in a cost-effective manner? How can it be most efficiently transferred across advanced data networks? How will researchers be interacting with the data and global computing infrastructure? A team of trailblazing scientists and information technologists at Clemson University is working hard to answer these questions by studying ways to simplify collaboration and improve efficiency. Full Story

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