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Big Data Week – Data and the Connected Society

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Big Data Week

Data connects people and society. It drives scientific discovery and forms the backbone of our economies.

Next week is Big Data Week (5-11 May), a global festival during which an anticipated 5,000 data scientists, data technologists, data visualisers and leaders from the business, not-for-profit and government sectors will meet at events in 30+ cities across Europe, Americas, Australasia and Asia Pacific. They will discuss how big data impacts their organisations, plus the social, political, technological and commercial impacts of big data.

Fast, reliable telecommunications connectivity is critical for enabling the processing of big data for analysis. AARNet’s reliable, high performing network has long supported the big data needs of Australia’s research and education community.

Australia plays a significant role in important global research projects in radio astronomy, biosciences, climate change and particle physics, including the Square Kilometre Array, Large Hadron Collider, Climate Model Inter-comparison Project and the International Cancer Genome Consortium, for example. Australia’s participation in these projects is enabled by the capacity and performance AARNet delivers.

 

AARNet is participating in Big Data Week Events in Perth

AARNet’s Director, Product Solutions Jamie Sunderland and Network Architect David Wilde are participating in Big Data Week events in Perth organised by iVEC:

 

Tuesday 6th May 9.30am AWST

Big Data Protection / Cloud technical seminar

Hear from Jamie Sunderland (Director, Product Solutions – AARNet) and Rob Mollard (Sr. Storage Specialist, Asia Pacific – SGI) talk about Big Data Protection and Cloud Services respectively at this technical seminar.

Location: Exhibition space, The Pawsey Centre, Burvill Ct, Kensington.

Organiser: iVEC

Email: bigdataweekperth@ivec.org

Register for tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/big-data-protection-cloud-technical-seminar-tickets-11297187191

 

Friday 9th May – 12pm – 1.30pm AWST

iVEC Panel Discussion – Beyond the buzzword: practical implementation issues of Big Data

The panel:

David Wilde (Network Architect – AARNet), Andrew McGee (Chief Technology Officer – Australia & New Zealand – Hitachi Data Systems), Trent O’Callaghan (Sales Engineer Nextgen Group), Robert Mollard (Sr. Storage Specialist, Asia Pacific – SGI), Dr George Beckett (Deputy Director and Head of the Supercomputing Team iVEC) Read more

Location: Pawsey Centre (Burvill Ct, Kensington, WA 6151)

Register for tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ivec-panel-discussion-tickets-11231992191

 

View all Big Data Week events in Perth

 

 


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