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Big Data 50 - Companies Driving Innovation

IBM (International Business Machines Corp.)
Global technology company IBM provides big data capabilities across data management and warehousing, Apache Hadoop, stream computing, content management, information integration, and governance.

Idera, Inc.
Idera, which recently acquired Embarcadero Technologies, is a provider of software for database management and application development that offers a portfolio of database lifecycle management solutions that allow database and IT professionals to design, monitor, and manage data systems, whether in the cloud or on-premises.

Informatica Corp.
Informatica offers solutions focused on enterprise data integration across on-premise, big data, cloud, and hybrid integration environments to help business users discover and prepare data using self-service tools and enable IT to deliver complex data integration projects faster than traditional hand-coded methods.

Chipmaking giant Intel offers solutions and products spanning cloud computing, security, data center, Internet of Things, and PCs and continues to expand and innovate, recently acquiring artificial intelligence startup Nervana Systems.

Helping to improve data-driven decision making, Looker provides a platform for data analysts and business teams that aims to make it easier to find, explore, and understand the data that drives their business.

MapR Technologies, Inc.
MapR provides a platform that delivers on the promise of Hadoop, supporting mission-critical and real-time production across areas, including ad media, consumer products, financial services, government, healthcare, manufacturing, networking and computers, retail/online, and telecommunications.

MarkLogic Corp.
Helping customers integrate, store, manage, and search more data than ever before, MarkLogic provides schema- agnostic, enterprise NoSQL database technology with features to run mission-critical applications, as well as training, consulting services, and 24/7 support.

Melissa Data
Melissa Data offers global address, phone, email, and name identify verification solutions and data enrichments to maximize the effectiveness of business intelligence, big data analytics, and omnichannel marketing initiatives.

Melissa DataBig Data Trailblazer by Bud Walker, VP of Enterprise Sales & Strategy

Melissa Data provides global data quality and enrichment tools that empower data professionals to create data that users can trust. Designed for developers, DBAs, and architects, Melissa Data tools enable customers to clean, complete, and consolidate global contact data easily and efficiently—in the environments they choose.

Data quality management is more important and more challenging as companies produce analytic data stores from Big Data Lakes. Melissa Data’s close integration with Pentaho’s Big Data Integration and Analytics platform helps customers leverage the power of Hadoop to cleanse and transform rapidly expanding data volumes that feed master data management systems.

Melissa Data components for PDI perform the following functions on Hadoop data: profiling; verification; de-duping; merge/purge; householding; parsing; standardizing; and enriching with geographic, demographic, and firmographic information.

Melissa Data delivers total data quality for (big or small) data with support for numerous platforms including SQL Server®, Oracle®, Pentaho®, Talend, Salesforce®, and many more. Discover the benefits of a wide variety of cross-platform data quality tools to deliver data that is accurate, complete, relevant, and actionable across the entire enterprise.

MemSQL, Inc.


MemSQL provides in-memory, relational, distributed database technology and offers a familiar SQL interface along with horizontally scalable distributed architecture that runs on commodity hardware or in the cloud.

Microsoft Corp.
Microsoft offers a wide variety of data management and analytic solutions in the cloud and on-premise to help organizations gain rapid insights across structured, semi- structured, and unstructured data at rest or in motion.

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