Data: the next major commodity /

Jeremy Agangnos

Mobile data usage will rise to 701,000 petabytes by 2021 - up from 43,000 in 2015. As the world becomes increasingly reliant on the internet, companies are striving to keep up with this demand – by developing new data centres, upgrading cell phone towers, designing new wireless technologies and laying down fiber wire. Since this theme isn’t going away, data will likely remain a significant investment focus for quite some time.











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