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Teradata Announces IntelliSphere to Enable a Flexible, Scalable Analytical Ecosystem

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Teradata, the leading data and analytics company, today announced Teradata IntelliSphere™, a comprehensive software portfolio that unlocks a wealth of key capabilities for enterprises to leverage all the core software required to ingest, access, deploy and manage a flexible analytical ecosystem. ‘Teradata IntelliSphere is a powerful, all-encompassing suite of robust software that orchestrates the modern analytical ecosystem and ultimately powers advanced analytics at scale,’ said Oliver Ratzesberger, Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer at Teradata. ‘With IntelliSphere, companies no longer need to purchase separate software applications to build and manage their ecosystem. Companies can design their environment to realize the full potential of their data and analytics today, with a guarantee that future updates can be leveraged immediately without another license or subscription’.”

The release goes on, “Business is continually changing and companies today require greater analytic agility to ensure their competitive advantage. As more analytic users demand access to a larger number of analytic tools and increased data, complex architectures capable of handling this demand are now a business requirement. This forces companies to deploy and manage large, multi-system, heterogeneous analytical environments that are typically comprised of a mix of technologies from different solution providers and the open source community. To address this, Teradata is announcing Teradata IntelliSphere: a collection of key capabilities for enterprises to leverage one simple subscription-based software license and receive all the core software required to ingest, access, deploy and manage an analytical ecosystem.”

Read more at Teradata.com.

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