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Larger Data Streams Have Health-Care Providers Thinking Small

Publication Date: 6/13/2012
Author: John Gregerson
Format: HTML

Description:
The health care industry is on the brink of being overrun with oceans of digital data. Small, modular data centers may provide the best means for mid-size operators to manage it, say experts who addressed the issue at the Greater Chicago Data Center Summit in early June.

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