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Kinetica’s GPU-Accelerated Database Turbo-Charges Geospatial Processing for Real-time Analytics

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Kinetica today announced at Tableau Conference 2017 the availability of innovations to the industry’s fastest GPU-accelerated database that deliver new geospatial capabilities and enterprise-grade features for better performance and user experience, as well as improved efficiency and utilization to drive real-time, location-based analytics and analytic processing. ‘Kinetica’s GPU-accelerated database delivers at least 100x faster performance at 1/10th the hardware,’ said Amit Vij, CEO and co-founder, Kinetica. ‘Those gains propel rapid innovation in data and analytics, AI, and visualizations for compute-intensive, real-time applications such as location-based analytics, customer experience, risk and fraud, supply chain and IoT’.”

The release goes on, “RS Energy Group (RSEG), the leading provider of energy intelligence and investment research, provides data services of unparalleled completeness and quality. “Through our agile, state-of-the-art technology platform called RS Prism, we are leveraging Kinetica’s new innovations to provide exceptional data integrity with an intuitive interface, enabling leading-edge organizations to transform disparate information into meaningful discoveries and confident decisions,” according to Manuj Nikhanj, CEO, RSEG. Enterprises need business-grade solutions to deliver on strict SLAs. Kinetica’s database packs new features such as dynamic resource provisioning, enhanced process management, and improved resource utilization for a highly scalable, available, reliable and secure solution.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Kinetica

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