Yellowbrick Data Emerges From Stealth to Unveil Yellowbrick Data Warehouse

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A recent press release reports, “Yellowbrick Data today emerged from stealth to debut its revolutionary Yellowbrick analytic solution for hybrid cloud, the cornerstone of which is the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse™… Based on the Yellowbrick architecture for native flash queries, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse is 30x smaller and up to 140x faster compared to existing solutions. Yellowbrick Data is already generating revenue, with multiple customers including, Symphony RetailAI and TEOCO Corporation. ‘The performance we saw after one week of testing blew us away. The Yellowbrick Data Warehouse allows us to do things that we couldn’t do before – and at a price point that can be three to five times lower than any other competitive solution,’ said Atul Jain, Chairman and CEO of TEOCO Corporation. ‘The Yellowbrick system is so powerful; we will be able to produce insights that we could not produce before’.”

The release continues, “Data warehousing needs a redesign: a fragmented ecosystem of solutions based on legacy architectures has hamstrung efficiency and forced businesses to compromise on how quickly and easily they can derive insights from data. Big Data and analytics are already an indispensable tool for enterprises; emerging fields like AI, autonomous devices and IoT will only make the ability to rapidly access current and historic data more essential. As personal technologies have gotten smaller and more powerful, how is it possible that the enterprise data warehouse continues to be such a bloated resource drain? …Yellowbrick Data brings simplicity back to analytics and data warehousing. Designed as a turnkey appliance using the latest technologies, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse is based on the Yellowbrick architecture for native flash queries, unlocking the true speed of flash memory to power analytics in the hybrid cloud.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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