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Brytlyt Launches Spotlyt 2.0, an Interactive Analytics and Collaboration Workbench

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According to a recent press release, “Brytlyt, developer of the fastest and most advanced GPU database technology in the world according to independent benchmarking, announced today the release of Spotlyt 2.0, a GPU-accelerated visualization and collaboration workbench that can be used as a stand-alone solution or as an add-on to a company’s current visualization technology. Spotlyt allows data scientists and analysts to collaborate and interactively analyze billion row data sets in real-time, helping them discover correlations and anomalies in ways previously thought impossible. Using Brytlyt’s advanced GPU-accelerated rendering engine, Spotlyt can render billions of data points onto a map in milliseconds. Spotlyt 2.0 now features improved usability, a full SQL editor, unique collaboration functionality, additional charts and graphs, and enhanced geolocation mapping.”

The release goes on, “Included with Spotlyt 2.0 is BrytMap, a proprietary web mapping server (WMS) that includes features such as server-side tile rendering, filtering, control of visual elements, and much more, all on billions of rows of geospatial data and in real-time. ‘Using SpotLyt 2.0, data scientists and analysts can now access real-time insight on billions of rows of data for time-sensitive business-critical decisions. In today’s data economy, data-driven decision making is fundamental to improving the bottom line and shareholder value,’ said Richard Heyns, Founder, and CEO of Brytlyt. Spotlyt 2.0 comes ready to use out-the-box for immediate use on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using EC2 P2 instances for both demo and licensing purposes at the AWS Marketplace.”

Read more at Release Wire.

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