KX and Microsoft Expand Partnership, Offer a Data Timehouse

KX is expanding its partnership with Microsoft, now offering kdb Insights Enterprise on Microsoft Azure.

According to KX, this represents an industry-first Data Timehouse, a new class of data and AI management platform designed for temporal data generated by digital transformation.

It provides data scientists and application developers with precision access to temporal data on real-time and massive historical datasets with the Azure native tools they use today.

"In partnership with KX, we're excited to launch one of the industry's first data timehouse on the Azure platform. While in preview, we have already seen impressive results for customers in capital markets, healthcare, manufacturing, and energy. We look forward to working with KX to help businesses achieve transformative growth with kdb Insights Enterprise on Azure,” said Corey Sanders, corporate vice president of Microsoft Cloud for Industry.

Engineered by KX, kdb Insights Enterprise on Microsoft Azure enables businesses to transform into real-time intelligent enterprises, with preview customers reporting up to 100x the performance at one tenth of the cost of competing solutions, according to the vendors.

"The launch of kdb Insights Enterprise on Microsoft Azure as a first party service is a watershed moment for KX,” said Ashok Reddy, KX CEO. “Representing the industry's first Data Timehouse, it enriches data warehouse and lakehouse technologies and gives customers access to the power and performance of kdb with all the benefits of the Azure platform. It enables companies in all sectors to accelerate their AI and ML analytics workloads, putting data driven decision science at the very heart of their business for enhanced operational and commercial outcomes. We continue to see enormous opportunity for our strategic partnership with Microsoft, helping to underpin our growth expectations."

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