The most recent Big Data news from TechWeekEurope. Analytics in real time without sampling, Big Data promises to revolutionise areas including customer services and smart cities. But what’s the reality? We check the latest developments in products and services

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An analogue-to-digital converter developed by IBM could help improve Internet transfer speeds

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Intel builds upon its Hadoop distribution with the introduction of the Intel Data Platform for big data analytics

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Data warehouses should be fast and accessible. Data modelling is the way to ensure this, says Ralph Kimball

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Creator of Hadoop Doug Cutting says the use of MapReduce engine for Big Data projects will decline, replaced by Apache Spark

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Hortonworks and Red Hat are to broaden their partnership with planned products including an HDP plug-in for Red Hat Storage

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Microsoft's business intelligence release brings big data analytics to one billion Office users

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David Willetts has announced £73m of new funding for 55 projects related to data analytics, including the establishment of four research centres at English universities

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Do you know all about Big Data and analytics? Try our quiz!

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A few lucky research organisations will get free access to the platform's public and historical data

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To understand and communicate data, you must visualise it - for yourself and for other people - says Nathan Yau

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