Something with 125% growth is "dead"? Seriously? This anonymous article isn't worthy of comment, but as the creator of the 3Vs a decade and a half ago I'll happily address Daniel's question:
Yes, Gartner has identified and published on a dozen different qualities of data including those you mention. But only velocity, volume and variety are definitional characteristics of big data. Only these three V's are characteristics of magnitute, i.e. "biggness". Others over the years have "cleverly" (?) added other Vs to my original framework (perhaps to avoid crediting Gartner with it?), unwittingly confounding the concept of magnitude.
For my original piece on the 3Vs from 14 years ago, see http://goo.gl/wH3qG. For a humorous perspective on what Batman and others think of additional "V"s, see: http://blogs.gartner.com/doug-laney/batman-on-big-data/.
--Doug Laney, VP Research, Gartner, @doug_laney