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Big push for Big Data

With a brand new Center for Big Data Analysis, Uni Research has the ambition to become a leader in Big Data in Norway.

As the name implies, Big Data is about large data volumes.

But just as important are the opportunities that emerge to combine and analyse a huge amount of unstructured and structured information at high speed – and in a very advanced manner. The purpose is to reveal completely new relationships.

“This will be of great value not only for industry, but also for science,” says Klaus Johansen, who will head the centre when it is established on 1 January 2015.

Big Data is on the rise in Europa, and is most widespread in England and Germany so far.


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