Category:
Big Data

21 listings. The sensors associated with Things will generate floods of data. This section covers cloud services, analytics tools and more.

TrendMiner N.V.
Hasselt, Bel. Delivers operational intelligence through big data search and predictive analytics for industrial process data, enabling operators to search for trends in a web client without the support of a data scientist.
icon icon icon icon icon · trendminer.com

Cisco Data and Analytics
San Jose, CA. Combines data at the edge and data in motion with the power of Cisco's networking expertise to create analytics solutions for better outcomes. Products include Data Preparation, Data Virtualization, and ParStream.
icon icon · cisco.com/go/dataanalytics

Predix
GE Digital Industrial's cloud-based PaaS enables industrial-scale analytics for asset performance management (APM), operations, and business.
icon · predix.io

Thingbook
Dublin, Ire. Converts data streams into actionable intelligence, in real-time, through online machine learning platform.
icon icon icon · thingbook.io

TensorFlow
A free, open source, and heavily-forked project for machine learning and deep neural network research. TensorFlow's flexible architecture allows the deployment of computation to one or more CPUs or GPUs in a desktop, server, or mobile device with a single API.
icon icon · tensorflow.org

Initial State
Nashville, TN. Provides tools to capture, visualize, and interact with data from multiple sources anywhere.
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PubNub
San Francisco, CA. Utilizing a Publish/Subscribe mode, PubNub enables software developers to rapidly build and scale realtime apps by providing cloud infrastructure, connections and key building blocks for realtime interactivity.
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Apache Kafka
A distributed, fault tolerant, high throughput pub-sub messaging system, Kafka is usable for messaging, stream processing, metrics, event sourcing and more. Kafka is comparable to traditional messaging systems such as ActiveMQ or RabbitMQ.
icon · kafka.apache.org

Prism Skylabs
San Francisco , CA. Tranforms video cameras into business intelligence tools, primarily for retailers. Technologies include Video Condensation, Auto Calibration, Big Data Processing, REST API, and more.
icon icon icon icon · prism.com

Senseye, Ltd.
Southampton, UK. Pronounced like the Japanese word "Sensei," the company provides predictive analytics and a way for agricultural businesses to be able to easily use sensor and environmental data.
icon icon icon icon · senseye.io

Splunk
San Francisco, CA. Tools to make machine data usable, under the "OperationalIntelligence" brand. Free apps and add-ons -- such as Modular Input for REST API, JMS, MQTT and more -- simplify the connection and collection of data from both industrial systems and the IoT.
icon icon icon icon icon icon · splunk.com/en_us/solutions/solution-areas/internet-of-things.html

Apache Hadoop
Open-source software for reliable, scalable, distributed computing for handling extremely large data sets. The project includes Hadoop Common, Hadoop Distributed File System, Hadoop YARN and Hadoop MapReduce.
icon icon icon · hadoop.apache.org

Cloudera, Inc.
Palo Alto, CA. Provider of Apache Hadoop-based software and services for customers in financial services, web, telco, government and more by offering a unified Platform for Big Data.
icon icon icon icon icon icon icon · cloudera.com

Hortonworks
Palo Alto, CA. Develops, distributes and supports a 100% open source distribution of Apache Hadoop. The Hortonworks Sandbox is a self-contained HDP virtual machine.
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Apache Mahout
Building a scalable machine learning library, Mahout can classify with Naive Bayes, Hidden Markov, Logistic Regression and Random Forest. Mahout rejects new Hadoop MapReduce algorithm implementations.
icon icon · mahout.apache.org

Revolution Analytics
Mountain View, CA. Revolution's R products, based on the open source programming language known as "R", makes the power of predictive analytics accessible. The company name derives from combining the letter "R" with the word "evolution".
icon icon icon icon icon · revolutionanalytics.com

MapR
San Jose, CA. Silicon Valley. MapR provides a broad set of Big Data capabilities with a complete distribution for Apache Hadoop, packaging more than a dozen projects from the Hadoop ecosystem (HBase, Hive, Pig, Mahout, Flume, Avro, Sqoop, Oozie and Whirr).
icon icon icon icon icon · mapr.com

Numenta
Redwood City, CA. Offers intelligent solutions for analysis of machine generated data: the open-source NuPIC (Numenta Platform for Intelligent Computing) and the commercial product Grok. The Grok API connects to Amazon Cloud Watch.
icon icon icon icon · numenta.com

CFEngine
Palo Alto, CA. The industry leader in data center software to manage large quantities of servers.
icon icon icon icon · cfengine.com

GlassBeam
Sunnyvale, CA. A player in the Big Data space, Glassbeam's Domain Specific Language called SPL (Semiotic Parsing Language) allows programmers to describe the structure, meaning and relationships between elements in operational data. The company was the first to provide a SaaS solution for product analytics.
icon icon icon · glassbeam.com

SkyFoundry
SkySpark allows domain experts to capture knowledge in "rules" that automatically run against collected data by employing "semantic tagging," pattern recognition, functional rules processing.
icon icon icon · skyfoundry.com

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