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Redis Labs Introduces RedisGraph and Streams to Support a Zero Latency Future

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A new press release reports, “Redis Labs, the home of Redis and provider of Redis Enterprise, today announced at Redis Day London the latest release of Redis Enterprise with two key functionalities: RedisGraph and Streams. RedisGraph is a new module designed to solve complicated, practical graph problems in real-time. Streams is a new data structure that enables ingestion and analysis of huge volumes of unstructured data that are generated at extremely fast rates. Both of these functionalities support faster decision-making by businesses and are poised to accelerate the arrival of zero latency apps and services for their customers. ‘There are numerous emerging environments that require zero latency to deliver on their promise—autonomous vehicles, facial recognition, smart homes, and many more,’ said Manish Gupta, CMO at Redis Labs. “However a key piece holding these innovations back from mass consumer adoption is the speed at which the databases can process data. RedisGraph and Streams will help companies make their apps, devices, and systems deliver the instantaneous experiences consumers expect’.”

The release continues, “Built on GraphBLAS, an open-source library that employs linear algebra including matrix multiplication, RedisGraph can complete calculations up to 600 times faster than any alternate graph solution according to benchmark results. RedisGraph’s key capabilities and use cases include: (1) The first application of GraphBLAS to focus on real-world problem-solving such as tracing contaminations or analyzing traffic flow, by performing calculations at an unprecedented speed. (2) Designed to make performing critical graph-based calculations easy and efficient, and to empower enterprises to make decisions to solve problems quickly. (3) Minimizes the need for specialized databases to address different use cases.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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