Logi Analytics Acquires Zoomdata, Extending Market Leadership in Embedded Analytics

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According to a new press release, “Logi Analytics, Inc. today announced the acquisition of Zoomdata, the leading analytics platform for big data and live streaming data. The acquisition comes three months after Logi acquired JReport for pixel-perfect operational reporting. The combination solidifies Logi’s position as the leader in embedded analytics, now with the richest suite of capabilities and a global partner network. ‘The nature of data is changing,’ said Steven Schneider, CEO of Logi. ‘It’s growing bigger and faster and is increasingly being managed using next generation data systems from companies like Cloudera, Elastic, Google, Amazon, MongoDB and Snowflake. At Logi, our vision is to help application teams create smarter software. And with Zoomdata, product managers and developers have native access to cloud data warehouses, big data, and streaming data, plus an expert global partner network’.”

The release goes on, “For three years in a row, Zoomdata received the Technology Innovation Award for Big Data Analytics by Dresner Advisory Services. Zoomdata’s unique and patented streaming technology allows real-time visibility into data that is too big to move and data that changes frequently, which are common challenges for Internet of Things (IoT), cybersecurity, financial risk and fraud, customer insight, hospital patient care, and telco network performance applications. ‘By joining forces with Logi, our groundbreaking analytics software will be embedded in more applications,’ said Nick Halsey, CEO of Zoomdata. ‘Many more people will be able to analyze billions of rows of data in seconds, even across multiple data sources, within the applications they use all day, every day’.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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