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OmniSci GPU-Accelerated Analytics - Open Source Edition

OmniSci GPU-Accelerated Analytics - Open Source Edition

By: OmniSci Latest Version: OmniSci Open Source Edition 4.8.0
Linux/Unix
Linux/Unix

Product Overview

Whether you're a freelancer writing code, a data science professional who wants to try before you buy, or an enterprise CIO, OmniSci makes it easy for you and your team to get started with Big Data analytics. Using GPU instances, OmniSci delivers orders-of-magnitude speedups over CPU solutions. The platform, available in cloud, open source, and enterprise versions, harnesses the massive parallel computing of GPUs for breakthrough performance at scale.

Key Benefits:
* Real Time Interaction: OmniSci wants everyone to be curious about data and easily explore hypotheses, to ask question upon question, without curiosity-defeating latency.
* Conventional and Geo Data: OmniSci bridges the divide between traditional business intelligence tools (BI) and geographic information systems (GIS), making location intelligence a first-class citizen of big data analytics.
* GPU Innovation: OmniSci pushes the boundaries of what's possible with GPU accelerated analytics. OmniSci Core is the first SQL engine to natively harness GPU computing for analytics, and we open sourced that technology.

Who uses OmniSci?
OmniSci is being used to dramatically accelerate big data analytics in telecom, financial services, defense and intelligence, automotive, retail, pharmaceutical, academia, and other fields that demand rapid insights. It is the favorite solution of Big Data Analysts, Geospatial Analysts and Data Scientists. Free trial is available for OmniSci Cloud. Contact - sales@omnisci.com

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OmniSci Open Source Edition 4.8.0

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OmniSci

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Linux/Unix, CentOS 7.5

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