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The state of big data in 2014

The (big) data market through the eyes of a VC, Matt Turck of FirstMark Capital:

Still early: Overall, we’re still in the early innings of this market. Over the last couple of years, some promising companies failed (for example: Drawn to Scale), a number saw early exits (for example: Precog, Prior Knowledge, Lucky Sort, Rapleaf, Nodeable, Karmasphere), and a handful saw more meaningful outcomes (for example: Infochimps, Causata, Streambase, ParAccel, Aspera, GNIP, BlueFin labs, BlueKai).

Original title and link: The state of big data in 2014 (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://venturebeat.com/2014/05/11/the-state-of-big-data-in-2014-chart/