Today I’ll be viewing first hand how the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – a particle accelerator at CERN – will be used in an experiment that will generate Petabytes (1000 terabytes) of information.
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Dealing with petabytes of information today is not common practice, but will be ten years down the line, according to experts.
Managing unstructured data over the network will play a big part of this and if there’s one place to start, it’s at CERN.
I’m just hoping none of my particles get accelerated.