Cloudera Announces Strategic Alliance with NEC to Support the Utilization of Big Data

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A recent press release reports, “Cloudera, Inc., the modern platform for machine learning and analytics optimized for the cloud, announced a strategic partnership with NEC Corporation, a leading global systems integrator, to accelerate the use of big data. Through this strategic partnership, customers will be able to obtain NEC’s advanced technical, consulting and support services, and access to Cloudera’s data management software, Cloudera Enterprise. Businesses today are turning data into a competitive advantage. They are finding that the key to success is to take control of their data and the infrastructure needed to unlock the data value and derive insights to make better, smarter and fact-based decisions. To do so, having a well-structured and centralized data repository is critical. This alliance will provide organizations the ability to integrate and centralize data across different business units through Cloudera’s modern, scalable and secure platform, enabling them to solve many complex and important problems through the application of machine learning and artificial intelligence.”

Yuki Moriyama, Deputy General Manager of AI Platform Division at NEC Corporation, commented, “With the number of IoT connected devices set to increase over the next few years, more data will be generated by organizations globally. NEC has chosen Cloudera’s modern data platform to support our customers to derive more insights and value from their biggest asset – data. Our partnership with Cloudera has also enabled us to broaden our state-of-the-art products portfolio with the inclusion of Cloudera’s Enterprise Data Hub, providing customers with enterprise class scalability, quality and support.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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