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What’s New In The Kinetica Streaming Data Warehouse 7.1

By Dipti Joshi | August 26, 2020

We’re excited to announce the latest release of The Kinetica Streaming Data Warehouse, the platform built to simultaneously stream, ingest, analyze, and publish data at speed and scale. Kinetica applies high performance analytics, location intelligence, graph analytics, and machine learning capabilities to an organization’s entire collection of data. The new 7.1 release scales up Kinetica…

HEXStream and Disaster Tech Announce New Partnership Powered by Kinetica

By Kasey Johnson | July 9, 2020

Big News! We’re excited to share HEXstream and Disaster Tech’s new partnership, powered by Kinetica, to help utilities make better and faster decisions for emergency planning, response, and restoration.How does Kinetica fit into all of this? Well, Disaster Tech‘s Data-science Integrated Collaboration Environment (DICE) offers the world’s first comprehensive, end-to-end data aggregation and data science platform.  Leveraging high-speed…

Earth Challenge 2020: Global Food Security & Insect Populations

By Rebecca Golden | June 22, 2020

Get excited – it’s National Insect Week! Earth Challenge 2020 is a global citizen science partnership between the Earth Day Network, the Wilson Center, and the US State Department, and they’re rolling out two new applications supported by Kinetica today, to address food security and insect populations. Here’s how: The threat to global food production…

Forecasting Demand During Crisis: GPU Accelerated Recurrent Neural Networks With TensorFlow 2.0

By Nick Alonso | June 8, 2020

When machine learning models fall victim to anomalies, real-time up to date data, accelerated model training, and an agile deployment process become critical in the response effort. Introduction Even the most slick, well designed forecasting models can fall victim to anomalies like the COVID-19 pandemic. Think back to shortages in toilet paper and face masks.…

Predicting Demand & Adapting Supply in a Crisis

By Andrew Wooler | May 14, 2020

The COVID-19 crisis has exposed and exacerbated the challenges faced by organizations in predicting consumer demand and continually adapting highly complex supply chains that function at a global scale. The unprecedented fluctuations in demand during the crisis, where consumers stock up on necessities while abandoning other categories entirely, emphasizes the need for a more continuous…