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1.9 million IT jobs will
be created in the US by 2015 to carry out big data projects. Each of those will be supported by 3 new jobs created outside of IT – meaning a total of 6 million new jobs thanks to big data. Source 12
The amount of data transferred
over mobile networks increased by 81% to 1.5 exabytes (1.5 billion gigabytes) per month between 2012 and 2014. Video accounts for 53% of that total. Source 15
The NSA is thought to
analyze 1.6% of all global internet traffic – around 30 petabytes (30 million gigabytes) every day. Source 16
The value of the Hadoop
market is expected to soar from $2 billion in 2013 to $50 billion by 2020, according to market research firm Allied Market Research. Source 17
The number of Bits of
information stored in the digital universe is thought to have exceeded the number of stars in the physical universe in 2007. Source 18
This year, there will be
over 1.2 billion smart phones in the world (which are stuffed full of sensors and data collection features), and the growth is predicted to continue. Source 19
The boom of the Internet
of Things will mean that the amount of devices connected to the Internet will rise from about 13 billion today to 50 billion by 2020. Source 20
12 million RFID tags –
used to capture data and track movement of objects in the physical world – had been sold in by 2011. By 2021, it is estimated that number will have risen to 209 billion as the Internet of Things takes off. Source 21
Big data has been used
to predict crimes before they happen – a “predictive policing” trial in California was able to identify areas where crime will occur three times more accurately than existing methods of forecasting. Source 22
By better integrating big data
analytics into healthcare, the industry could save $300bn a year – that’s the equivalent of reducing the healthcare costs of every man, woman and child by $1,000 a year. Source 23