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Analyzing Meetup RSVPs with Kinetica Part 3: Visualizing and Analyzing Data in Custom Web Applications With Kinetica

By Matt Brown | April 12, 2019

In the previous post, we showed you how to import our Meetup.com data into the Kinetica database, and use Reveal to analyze and visualize this data. What if you want to create your own application to include this data and analysis? In this article, we will show you how you can use Kinetica’s Javascript API and…

Active Analytics Arrives at NVIDIA GTC Silicon Valley

By Ken Wattana | April 3, 2019

GPUs, AI, ML, oh my! What a week we had at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in San Jose! From major announcements with NVIDIA to the launch of the world’s first GPU-accelerated pedicabs (did you catch a ride?) there’s a lot to recap. NVIDIA once again put on a show as thousands came from…

Analyzing Meetup RSVPs with Kinetica Part 2:

By Matt Brown | March 27, 2019

In the first part of this series we talked about new emerging types of data, how traditional databases might not be the best tool to process it, and what Kinetica can do to make the lives of developers and analysts easier when dealing with streaming and geospatial data problems. We have described in depth how to…

The Kinetica Active Analytics Platform – What’s New

By Irina Farooq | March 13, 2019

Earlier today we announced a new version of the Kinetica Active Analytics Platform – our next generation platform for building smart analytical applications at scale. Enterprises across industries are using the platform to power key digital transformation initiatives. For example, OVO uses Kinetica to power real-time marketing campaigns, GSK leverages Kinetica to bring new medicines…

See You at GTC Silicon Valley!

By Ken Wattana | March 11, 2019

NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is one of the industry’s most anticipated events as thousands converge on San Jose to get the latest updates on GPUs, artificial intelligence, self-driving, autonomous robots, and much more. We’ve worked closely with NVIDIA since the beginning, accelerating our active analytics platform with a GPU database, so you know we’re…

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