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New Release of Stardog NoSQL Database

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “C&P LLC, the company behind Stardog, today announced the release of Stardog 1.0.2. Stardog is a NoSQL graph database based on W3C semantic web standards: SPARQL, RDF, and OWL. Stardog is a key component in Linked Data-based information integration at Fortune 500 enterprises and governments around the world. The new release follows closely on last month’s launch of Stardog 1.0. The 1.0.2 release includes Stardog Community, a free version of Stardog for community use in academia, non-profit, and related sectors. Stardog is being used by customers in the areas of government, aerospace, financial, intelligence, defense, and at consumer-oriented startups.”

Dr. Evren Sirin, CTO of C&P LLC commented, “We are pleased with the technical progress made on Stardog since the 1.0 launch… Today’s release begins our support for SPARQL 1.1, a crucial standard in enterprise information integration and semantic technologies. It also introduces Stardog Community to a new user base in linked open data, open government data, and related fields.”

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