Probing Data’s Middle Ground
This Datanami article discusses how the rise of data lakes has exposed a gap between databases, files and other data repositories and the ability to view, analyze and leverage that data. The solution is Anzo, which has the ability to ingest multiple data types stored in a variety of batch and streaming platforms to create a “data fabric” of all the data.
Cambridge Semantics: The New Frontier of Modern Data Management
This article in Pharma Tech Outlook discusses how Cambridge Semantics leads the charge to help pharma companies establish a sound connection between their data, extract information, and remain competitive in the market with its Anzo platform.
New Cambridge Semantics Anzo Release Tackles Unstructured Data 2.0
In this article for Solution Review Timothy King writes about Cambridge Semantics’ recent announcement regarding Anzo’s new “unstructured data 2.0” capabilities and rearchitected workflow from an embedded to distributed architecture.
Taking the Lead in the Cognitive Computing Race: Data Management Today
In this article for AI Business, our own VP of Marketing, John Rueter, and CTO, Sean Martin, discuss how combining graph database and semantic technologies allows organizations to overcome the barriers to data preparation that previously prevented analytics from becoming reliable, scalable, and flexible enough for big data sets.
Building the Future of Data Science
In this article for Towards Data Science, Favio Vázquez discusses both the history of data science and where he sees it going in the coming years, including the pivotal roles semantic technology and graph databases will play in building data fabrics and knowledge graphs.
This the Best Business Intelligence Reporting Solution Right Now
Timothy King writes in Solutions Review about the top-ranked big data platforms, including our own Anzo, which was the Software & Information Industry Association’s (SIIA) top pick for the best big data reporting and analytics solution category.
Graph Databases Go Mainstream
In this article for Forbes, Kurt Cagle offers a historical perspective on the evolution of graph databases as well as some keen insights on current market dynamics and names our own Anzo as a stalwart of the graph database market that is still going strong while other vendors have come and gone.