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By: Doug Henschen, InformationWeek Announcements from Aster Data, Kognitio, ParAccel and Vertica highlight a healthy and growing market for data analysis alternatives. Vendor consolidation may be the rule in many IT categories, but data warehousing is proving to be an … Continue reading
Big math chews big data By Timothy Prickett Morgan Data warehousing appliance–maker Netezza wants to set its TwinFins loose on data analytics, thereby doubling the usefulness of the boxes and positioning them to better compete with alternatives from IBM, Oracle, … Continue reading
Company Cements Its Position As A Global Leader In Data Integration Talend, the recognized market leader in open source data integration software, today announced that 2009 was a record year for the company. For the tenth consecutive quarter, Talend achieved … Continue reading
The move follows Informatica’s acquisition of Initiate’s rival Siperian. Vendors have been moving to add MDM capabilities to their lineups and IBM’s move was not a surprise to some. IBM announced Wednesday that it plans to buy MDM (master data … Continue reading
IBM (news, site) has announced that it has signed a definitive agreement for the acquisition of information management and analytics provider NICS. The financial details of the deal were not released. National Interest Security Company (NICS), which is based … Continue reading
by Michael Vizard Any time IT organizations are confronted with a new challenge, the conditioned response is to throw software and hardware at the problem. In most cases that usually helps, but when it comes to business intelligence it more … Continue reading
Southwark Council has launched a £700,000 legal battle against IBM in a row over a new computer system. The council said it has lost confidence in IBMs credibility and integrity, and does not believe it will ever be able to … Continue reading
99 Cents Only Stores has selected MicroStrategy for enterprise-wide reporting and analytics. The company, which operates 271 value retail stores in the US, plans to use MicroStrategy-based reports and information dashboards for insights into product sales, store operations, inventory management, … Continue reading
Robert Farris writes: “Is that how much we’re spending right now for electricity?” A few months ago, I had a real-time electric monitors installed at my house. It’s a simple little device that sits on the counter in my kitchen … Continue reading
Organizations face ever-increasing variety, volume, and velocity of events including sensor-based data, geospatial data, field reports, transaction flows, and Website clickstream data to name just a few. Operational initiatives for risk mitigation or intelligence-related situational awareness require timely detection and … Continue reading