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MemSQL and Cisco Collaborate to Improve Big Data Analytics

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “MemSQL, provider of the fastest real-time data warehouse, announced its availability on Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Big Data and Analytics. The two companies are collaborating to deliver a simplified intelligent data infrastructure with high performance and scalability to meet growing real-time business demands. The growth of digital business has put pressures on traditional data collection and analytics, making the need to ingest millions of events per second a necessity. With always-on devices and the rise of sensors, data must be ingested and actionable in real time. ‘The market needs fast, accurate, secure, and always available data,’ said Eric Frenkiel, MemSQL CEO. ‘In partnership with Cisco, we’re providing customers a scalable, real-time data warehouse platform for high-performance applications’.”

The release goes on, “The combination of Cisco UCS Integrated Infrastructure for Big Data and Analytics and MemSQL provides a proven platform for enterprise analytics applications, plus high-speed simultaneous data ingestion and SQL analysis with high levels of concurrency for large-scale application requirements. Now, customers can gain insights in real-time, act on thoughtful insights, and drive business value like never before. This solution takes advantage of the new Cisco UCS M5 rack servers, which provides industry-leading performance and expandability for a wide range of storage and I/O-intensive infrastructure workloads, such as big data, analytics, and collaboration. This is one of the simplest ways for customers to get started with a powerful solution from trusted partners to immediately impact their business.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: MemSQL

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