Here’s a great quote from analyst Rich Kugele of Needham & Co.:

The digital universe is just exploding. All the devices that you and I have, and have come to rely on, generate and consume content.  We all basically just expect to be able to access any of our data regardless of where we are, on any device.

The ‘exploding digital universe’ part is not new.  Optical discs and disk drives have been the solution, depending on the application.  But it’s not been easy nor complete.

The ‘to any device’ part is the new, confounding trend. It’s one thing to store a lot of data, quite another to deliver it everywhere.  Any one storage medium (or delivery network) is hard-pressed to solve this.

Add to these the difficulty of creating content that is compelling on any device, and you’ve got a formidable challenge.

There’s lots of opportunity for those that can figure out how to tame the digital content beast as it continues to grow.

Chart courtesy of C-DataHere’s a great quote from analyst Rich Kugele of Needham & Co.:

The digital universe is just exploding. All the devices that you and I have, and have come to rely on, generate and consume content.  We all basically just expect to be able to access any of our data regardless of where we are, on any device.

The ‘exploding digital universe’ part is not new.  Optical discs and disk drives have been the solution, depending on the application.  But it’s not been easy nor complete.

The ‘to any device’ part is the new, confounding trend. It’s one thing to store a lot of data, quite another to deliver it everywhere.  Any one storage medium (or delivery network) is hard-pressed to solve this.

Add to these the difficulty of creating content that is compelling on any device, and you’ve got a formidable challenge.

There’s lots of opportunity for those that can figure out how to tame the digital content beast as it continues to grow.

Chart courtesy of C-DataHere’s a great quote from analyst Rich Kugele of Needham & Co.:

The digital universe is just exploding. All the devices that you and I have, and have come to rely on, generate and consume content.  We all basically just expect to be able to access any of our data regardless of where we are, on any device.

The ‘exploding digital universe’ part is not new.  Optical discs and disk drives have been the solution, depending on the application.  But it’s not been easy nor complete.

The ‘to any device’ part is the new, confounding trend. It’s one thing to store a lot of data, quite another to deliver it everywhere.  Any one storage medium (or delivery network) is hard-pressed to solve this.

Add to these the difficulty of creating content that is compelling on any device, and you’ve got a formidable challenge.

There’s lots of opportunity for those that can figure out how to tame the digital content beast as it continues to grow.

Chart courtesy of C-DataHere’s a great quote from analyst Rich Kugele of Needham & Co.:

The digital universe is just exploding. All the devices that you and I have, and have come to rely on, generate and consume content.  We all basically just expect to be able to access any of our data regardless of where we are, on any device.

The ‘exploding digital universe’ part is not new.  Optical discs and disk drives have been the solution, depending on the application.  But it’s not been easy nor complete.

The ‘to any device’ part is the new, confounding trend. It’s one thing to store a lot of data, quite another to deliver it everywhere.  Any one storage medium (or delivery network) is hard-pressed to solve this.

Add to these the difficulty of creating content that is compelling on any device, and you’ve got a formidable challenge.

There’s lots of opportunity for those that can figure out how to tame the digital content beast as it continues to grow.

Chart courtesy of C-DataHere’s a great quote from analyst Rich Kugele of Needham & Co.:

The digital universe is just exploding. All the devices that you and I have, and have come to rely on, generate and consume content.  We all basically just expect to be able to access any of our data regardless of where we are, on any device.

The ‘exploding digital universe’ part is not new.  Optical discs and disk drives have been the solution, depending on the application.  But it’s not been easy nor complete.

The ‘to any device’ part is the new, confounding trend. It’s one thing to store a lot of data, quite another to deliver it everywhere.  Any one storage medium (or delivery network) is hard-pressed to solve this.

Add to these the difficulty of creating content that is compelling on any device, and you’ve got a formidable challenge.

There’s lots of opportunity for those that can figure out how to tame the digital content beast as it continues to grow.

Chart courtesy of C-Data