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Air Force’s Digital Directorate Awards Kinetica Contract with $100M Ceiling for Real-Time Intelligence

By Andrew Wooler | February 2, 2021

Today, we announced that the Air Force’s Digital Directorate awarded Kinetica a contract with a $100M ceiling to deliver a Streaming Data Warehouse for the NORAD and USNORTHCOM Pathfinder program. Across the many independent systems throughout air, land, sea, space, and cyber domains, Kinetica will provide NORAD and USNORTHCOM with a fused operational picture in…

Leaving Your Legacy Data Architecture Behind

By Andrew Wooler | January 29, 2021

Much has been made about the value of data, but data is really only useful insofar as it can power some decision, process, or application. The problem is that legacy data analytics architectures have become so convoluted that they’re preventing organizations from taking all of their data into account. Harvard Business Review studies have shown…

The Common Pitfall When Buying Data Analytics Technologies

By Andrew Wooler | January 22, 2021

It’s an exciting time to be a part of the data and analytics community. The pace of innovation seems only to be increasing as analytics unlocks new value for organizations, who then pour that value back into funding or purchasing more cutting-edge technologies. Yet amid any boom there are always a few regrettable investments made. …

Highlights from the Kinetica Founders Interview Series

By Andrew Wooler | January 14, 2021

Last month we released an interview series with our founders, Amit Vij and Nima Negahban. We asked them to touch on some of the hottest topics in the data and analytics community today, such as machine learning, the optimal architecture for analytics at scale, and how to be developer-friendly. Below we’ve collected some of the…

Understanding the Challenges of Supply Chain and Logistics

By Andrew Wooler | January 8, 2021

While many of us have marvelled at modern logistics and supply chains, we haven’t had to think too much about how they are made possible — just drop your letter in the mail, or click a button online, and your item will arrive only days later. The pandemic, however, has brought the unique challenges of…