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What are Twitter(s twtr) and Facebook(s fb) doing to build the infrastructure they’ll need for their next-generation services? What sort of foundations are Amazon(s amzn), Microsoft(s msft), Google(s goog) designing to support the startups of the future? And, finally, what does the current flock of promising new companies like Illumina, which proposes to bring genome processing to the masses, and Dropcam, which ingests more video per minute than YouTube, need to see in infrastructure to fuel their ambitions?

Speakers: Jean Yang - Ph.D. Candidate, MIT CSAIL

Jean Yang – Ph.D. Candidate, MIT CSAIL

That’s what Stacey Higginbotham, Derrick Harris and I discuss on this week’s show as we preview Structure which kicks off next Wednesday and where executives from all those companies will be on hand to talk about how tomorrow’s infrastructure needs to grow and evolve to support the massive workloads generated by the Internet of Things.

So take a listen and remember to check out the big show in San Francisco next week.



Hosts: Barb Darrow and Derrick Harris

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