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Streaming Extreme Data Made Simple with Kinetica and StreamSets

By Mathew Hawkins | June 18, 2018
Streamsets and Kinetica

One of the Kinetica engine’s unique and compelling differentiators is its ability to consume vast amounts of real-time data in parallel from multiple sources. Using our unique multihead ingest technology and the power of NVIDIA GPUs, Kinetica can consume real-time data feeds and analyze billions of rows of data at sub-second speeds – truly extreme…

Capturing Kinetica in a Container – Our Builds on Docker Hub

By Mathew Hawkins | June 15, 2018
kinetica docker blog

At Kinetica we know our customers and partners want to deploy our engine in a variety of different configurations. To support them, we’re excited to share our recent contributions to Docker Hub where we’ve made Kinetica images available. We’re keeping these images updated and aligned with our latest releases to ensure our customers running Docker…

The Rise of Videos in Asia Pacific: How Can Enterprises Leverage Intelligent Video Analytics?

By Joe Lee, VP, Asia Pacific Japan | June 13, 2018

The proliferation of the internet and mobile applications has transformed how individuals go about their everyday lives and how businesses operate. According to We Are Social, the internet and mobile penetration rates in Asia Pacific currently stand at 48 percent and 41 percent respectively – almost half of the population in this region are online!…

Kinetica and Dell EMC – Partnering to Power the Extreme Data Economy

By Ken Wattana | June 12, 2018

Today we’re excited to announce our partnership with Dell EMC to tackle the challenges of the Extreme Data Economy. Now, you can purchase a bundle of Dell PowerEdge servers and the Kinetica’s engine directly from the team at Dell EMC OEM. This combines a GPU database, location-based visualization, machine learning and high density compute in…

Kinetica and TensorFlow Mechanics

By Hans-Henning Gabriel | May 30, 2018

Kinetica is an insight engine with a GPU-accelerated database that allows you to analyze data in real time as the database engine processes the data in GPU memory. TensorFlow is a library for machine learning and deep learning, that can leverage the power of GPUs as well. Bringing these two technologies together allows you to…

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