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Old 04-08-2013, 05:50 PM   #1
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LXer: Pentaho, Think Big Partner on Open Source Big Data Analytics

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If Moore's Law—which described the growth of computing power in the 20th century—has a corollary in the 21st century, it could be that Big Data keeps getting bigger. (If I were confident no one else has already said this, and if I were more proprietary, I'd call that Tozzi's Law—but I'm a modest guy.) And the channel is reacting, as a new partnership between Pentaho and Think Big Analytics highlights.



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