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Big Data 50 - Companies Driving Innovation

SAP provides SAP HANA, its flagship platform for next- generation applications and analytics that converges database and application platform capabilities in- memory to support transactions, analytics, text analysis, predictive, and spatial processing.

SAS Institute, Inc.
SAS originated as a project at North Carolina State University to analyze agricultural research and has grown to be a leader in business analytics software and services, giving customers around the world at more than 75,000 sites “the power to know.”

Providing a full stack of business intelligence and analytics software, Sisense specializes in tools to enable non-tech-savvy users to join multiple large datasets
from structured and unstructured data sources, build smart dashboards, and share with other users.
Splice Machine
Splice Machine, providers of the open source SQL RDBMS powered by Hadoop and Spark, helps organizations create real-time, scalable applications with mixed operational and analytical workloads.

Splunk, Inc.
Providing a software platform for operational intelligence, Splunk enables customers to look closely at machine data and find insights that can help make them more productive, profitable, competitive, and secure.

Syncsort, Inc.
Syncsort provides solutions that span next-gen analytical platforms such as Hadoop, cloud, and Splunk to allow organizations to collect, integrate, sort, and distribute more data in less time, with fewer resources and lower costs.
Tableau Software, Inc.
Tableau optimizes direct connections for many high- performance databases, cubes, Hadoop, and cloud data sources, letting users connect live or bring their data into its fast, in-memory analytical engine.
Talend, which began public trading on the NASDAQ earlier this year, delivers tools for big data, data and application integration, master data management, data quality, and business process management with a unified cloud and on-premises platform.
Teradata Corp.
Teradata supports analysis and unification of data by providing enterprises, IT professionals, data scientists, and marketing leaders with a variety of solutions to help form campaigns, harness critical information, and store data in one platform.
Offering the speed and scale of NoSQL databases along with ACID guarantees, VoltDB provides relational data models with the transactional capability of traditional RDBMSs.

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