Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
December 17, 2019
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: December 17, 2019. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
AppNeta, a provider of network performance monitoring, has added product updates. The latest round of improvements provides multi-path visibility into the largest, most complex and dynamic networks in the world, combined with new abilities around API monitoring, easier integration, advanced configuration, and enhanced route alerting, have led to faster time to value across the entire customer base.
Cambridge Semantics' Anzo platform is now available to enterprises in Australia and New Zealand through a partnership with Allinno, a systems integrator and consulting firm based in Australia. "The market for graph and semantic technologies is growing exponentially as companies have recognized their value in solving the most complex data discovery and analytics challenges," said Steve Dischinger, vice president of business development, Cambridge Semantics.
Intel Labs has unveiled what it believes to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip — code-named "Horse Ridge" — that is aimed at speeding up the development of full-stack quantum computing systems. With Horse Ridge, Intel says it is introducing an elegant solution that will enable the company to control multiple qubits and set a clear path toward scaling future systems to larger qubit counts — a major milestone on the path to quantum practicality.
Ontotext is updating its signature platform with new GraphQL interfaces to make it easier for application developers to access knowledge graphs without tedious development of back-end APIs or complex SPARQL. The underlying Semantic Object service implements an efficient GraphQL to SPARQL translation optimized for GraphDB, as well as a generic configurable security model.