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The Fourth V For Big Data

One of our premier national labswas stumped. Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories couldn’t pinpoint why they experienced rapid variations in electrical load when brining up Sequoia, one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. Power would drop from 9 megawatts to a few hundred kilowattsaroundthe same time every week. By cross-checking different [...]
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