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premium content Why NJ has a small footprint in big data

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Margaret Brennan-Tonetta, associate VP, economic development, Rutgers, and president of NJBDA.
Margaret Brennan-Tonetta, associate VP, economic development, Rutgers, and president of NJBDA. - ()

Tech-watchers say the spread of big-data analytics tends to result in more jobs, higher profits and improved efficiency, but New Jersey's lack of super-computer infrastructure has been a barrier to sector growth.

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