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Neural Technologies Releases the Optimus Ecosystem

By   /  October 16, 2018  /  No Comments

According to a recent press release, “Neural Technologies today announces the launch of the Optimus Ecosystem, an integrated compilation of solutions spread across the areas of Revenue Management, Digital Integration and Advanced Automation & Analytics that is able to address effectively the challenges associated with digitizing business processes across the enterprise. Optimus Ecosystem is the answer to a successful digital transformation journey. The Optimus Ecosystem is powered by Optimus – an all-in-one highly configurable Event Data Lake Platform with built-in end-to-end dynamic orchestration. Optimus ultimately delivers on the promise of the enterprise’s digital transformation strategic goals by eliminating the risks of digitizing end-to-end business processes combined with an overall lower investment.”

The release goes on, “Offering exceptionally high levels of scalability which allows the enterprises to digitize and integrate increasing data volumes, Optimus also has built in big data capability and powers its own Event Data Lake, which has the capability to manage and store infinitely scalable volumes of Event Data, whilst effectively collecting and distributing Event Data in any acquired or distributed format or protocol. VP of Engineering at Neural Technologies, Bernd Niedergesäß, said: ‘We are confident that Optimus is the perfect choice to support all of your Big Data Analytics (BDA) requirements. This is evident from our choice of cost-effective technology for our Event Data Lake (EDL) and our more than 25 years of expertise in dealing with large amounts of Event Data from Communication Service Providers. We have selected Apache Kudu as our preferred data storage technology for our Analytics Data Model (ADM), which offers more than 60 use-cases and 800+ KPIs in a predefined TMF SID compliant model’.”

Read more at Real Wire.

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