When data warehousing and analytics become two of the most essential segments of monetizing the colossal information every organization has, expect that giants will swarm to this wealthy environment. EMC’s quest of pushing big data analytics is possibly the strongest in the market today. Today, three new Greenplum products and a partner in SAS will certainly increase the organization’s data warehousing options: High Capacity DCA, High Performance DCA and data integration accelerator.
As EMC expands its Greenplum data computing appliance family, more profound insights from previously inaccessible quantities of data surfaced. Since becoming a part of EMC, Greenplum has been extremely visible within the big data platform. At the 2011 Strata Conference, Scott Yara, co-founder and VP for Products pointed out how information is right at the heart of the trends of mobile, social and web and perhaps why the company has been very attracted to acquisitions and partnerships lately.
EMC President and General Manager of the Data Computing Division Bill Cook explains the inspiration behind this project. He said, “EMC is truly driving the future of data warehousing and analytics with the release of its Data Computing Appliance family of products. There’s a growing recognition that there are new value-generation opportunities that can arise from assembling unprecedented amounts of information. The Performance and Capacity versions of EMC Data Computing Appliance enable organizations to gain greater insight and value from Big Data to support new business initiatives, new competitive advantages, new sources of revenue and new ways of doing research, while addressing the increasing needs for performance and storage options.
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