Cambridge Semantics announced that it has acquired the intellectual property of SPARQL City and hired the company's former CEO and founder Barry Zane and other SPARQL executives. SPARQL City provided high performance scalable Hadoop-based graph analytics engine. The companies had previously partnered up to jointly offer an integrated graph analytics solutions for Big Data.
Chuck Pieper, CEO of Cambridge Semantics states: "“We believe this IP acquisition is a game-changer for big data analytics and smart data discovery. When coupled with our Anzo Smart Data Platform, no one else in the market can provide a similar end-to-end, semantic- and graph-based solution providing for data integration, data management and advanced analytics at the scale, context and speed that meets the needs of enterprises. The SPARQL City in-memory graph query engine allows users to conduct exploratory analytics at big data scale interactively.”
Deal terms were not disclosed.
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