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KAIST Introduces T-GPS, a Tool for Processing a Trillion-Edge Graph on One Computer

Graphs are widely used to represent a wide variety of systems, ranging from the relationships between users of a social network to the payments among a network of bank accounts, and graph algorithms can process that data Read more…

Oracle Analytics Cloud: Everything But the Kitchen Sink

Oracle is taking a “more is more” approach with the latest release of Oracle Analytics Cloud, its do-everything analytics and ML platform. Need explainable machine learning? How about graph analytics? Automated data Read more…

Graph Analytics Powers Insights in Financial Services

When a new technology emerges, financial services firms often are among the first adopters. Anything that can provide banks, investment houses, or insurance companies a competitive edge is given a shot. So it’s not sur Read more…

TigerGraph Roars with $105 Million Round

Upstart graph analytics company TigerGraph today announced the completion of a Series C round of funding worth $105 million. The funding validates TigerGraph’s approach, according to the company, which says it will use Read more…

Graphing West Coast Days of Darkness

These are dark days for residents of the U.S. Pacific Coast—literally. According to the New York Times, the Bear Fire near Oroville, Calif., “jumped an astonishing 230,000 acres overnight” between September 8 an Read more…

TigerGraph Extends GSQL Enhancements

Graph analytics is moving closer to the industry-standard SQL framework for accessing relational databases via enhancements such as those in TigerGraph Inc.’s query language, GSQL. Property graph query languages suc Read more…

Nebula Graph Joins Database Race

As the open source Nebula Graph database moves closer to commercial availability, the technology’s developer has announced an early funding round led by several Chinese investors. VEsoft Inc. said this week it would Read more…

Startup Trovares Brings HPC to Graph Analytics

A startup launched by HPC veterans is combining supercomputers and graph analytics to forge a new suite of tools for applications ranging from cyber security to scientific research. Along with the launch of its xGT gr Read more…

TigerGraph Launches Cloud Database on AWS

A year after emerging from stealth mode, graph database startup TigerGraph is expanding its offerings to include a cloud database service that supports AI and machine learning applications. The startup announced at Am Read more…

Is GOLAP the Next Wave for Big Data Warehousing?

The 1990s and 2000s saw the rise of the relational databases for transaction processing (OLTP) as well as analytical processing (OLAP). As the volume and variety of data explodes in the 2010s, database experts are lookin Read more…

How AI Boosts Human Expertise at Wolters Kluwer

On balance, there will be some jobs lost to artificial intelligence, and you can also expect AI to create other jobs. But at the global information services company Wolters Kluwer, AI is being infused into expert systems Read more…

Analytics Power Discoveries in ICIJ’s West Africa Leaks

Graph analytic technologies and techniques played a major role in West Africa Leaks, the latest International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) project to unearth illegal or unethical activities or investmen Read more…

This Week in Graph and Entity Analytics

Yahoo, Cambridge Semantics, and Ravel Law are among the companies making news this week in the burgeoning field of graph and entity analytics. Wouldn't it be nice to automatically extract meaningful information from t Read more…

Elastic Stack Searches for Bigger Data Problems

Elastic is best known as the commercial vendor behind Elasticsearch, the open source search engine that's widely used around the world. But with this month's release of Elastic Stack V5, the company is staking a claim wi Read more…

5 Factors Driving the Graph Database Explosion

There's no denying it: Graph databases are hot. According to DB-Engines.com, graph databases have outgrown every other type of database in popularity since 2013, and not by a small margin either. It's clear that develope Read more…

Neo4j Touts 10x Performance Boost of Graphs on IBM Power FPGAs

Neo Technology today announced that it's working with IBM to support its graph database on IBM Power8-based servers equipped with field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). This will enable customers to run graph databases Read more…

Rethinking Enterprise Search for the Big Data Age

The humble search engine has retained a prominent place in the toolboxes of would-be data explorers. You see Solr and Lucene sitting at the Hadoop table, right alongside SQL and machine learning. But some search experts Read more…

Why Graph Databases Are Becoming Part of Everyday Life

Zephyr Health, a San Francisco-based software company that offers a data analytics platform for pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies, wanted its customers to unlock more value from their data relationship Read more…

Graph Analytics Poised to Solve Tough Big Data Problems

Hadoop has emerged as the go-to platform for sifting through massive amounts of data on commodity machines. But when it comes to certain types of analytic workloads with open-ended problems, nothing beats a graph databas Read more…

Today’s Baseball Analytics Make Moneyball Look Like Child’s Play

Baseball has always been a game of numbers and statistics. But thanks to an explosion of data over the past seven years and the advent of new analytic software running on supercomputers, the game is on the cusp of change Read more…

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