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Highlights from the New Bay Area GPU-Accelerated Computing Meetup with NVIDIA

By Andrew Wooler | February 16, 2017

GPU-accelerated computing is one of the hottest trends among technology companies here in Silicon Valley. Companies including Google and Facebook are building out huge data centers leveraging parallel compute for machine learning, deep learning, and accelerated compute. Being able to share knowledge, ideas, and experiences is one of the great things about being in a…

Kinetica and NVIDIA: What True Massive Parallel Processing (MPP) Combined with GPUs Delivers

By Rebecca Golden | February 10, 2017

Here at Kinetica, we are excited to partner with NVIDIA to drive innovation around the next big step in the evolution of big data–a trend that is garnering a huge amount of industry attention: GPU-accelerated analytics. Kinetica can perform brute-force processing on large, complex, and streaming datasets for true real-time analytics as a result of…

Advanced In-Database Analytics on the GPU

By Rebecca Golden | January 24, 2017

With Version 6.0, Kinetica introduces user-defined functions (UDFs), enabling GPU-accelerated data science logic to power advanced business analytics, on a single database platform. User-defined functions (UDFs) enable compute as well as data-processing, within the database. Such ‘in-database processing’ is available on several high-end databases such as Oracle, Teradata, Vertica and others, but this is the…

The Top 6 Most Common Questions about Kinetica

By Rebecca Golden | January 6, 2017

You have questions. We have answers! As we pave a new market for hardware-accelerated databases, we’re frequently running into the same questions with eager-to-learn prospects and researchers. Here are some of the most popular ones, and you can find many more on the ‘Frequently Asked Questions‘ page. So, what exactly is Kinetica? Kinetica is a…

IoT Trends Call For GPU-Accelerated Solutions

By Andrew Wooler | December 21, 2016

With 2016 coming to a close, we’re seeing a proliferation of “big data prediction” reports coming out nearly every day. You’re probably wondering which trends will actually come to a fruition and have an impact on your industry. As a GPU-accelerated database company, we’ve seen first hand the trends driving fast “Data in Motion” (hence…