We’re excited to announce our Blazegraph solutions on OpenPOWER, which we expect to deliver faster and more cost-effective solutions for graph and predictive analytics.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) April 06, 2016
Blazegraph, creator of the industry’s first GPU-accelerated high-performance database for large graphs, today announced the company has joined the OpenPOWER Foundation, an open development community based on the POWER microprocessor architecture.
Blazegraph is among a growing roster of technology organizations working collaboratively to build advanced server, networking, storage and acceleration technology. They also are creating industry-leading open source software aimed at delivering more choice, control and flexibility to developers of next-generation, hyperscale and cloud data centers. The group enables POWER hardware and software to be available to open development for the first time, as well as making POWER intellectual property licensable to others, greatly expanding the ecosystem of innovators on the platform.
Blazegraph Database is an open source, high-performance graph database that features robust, scalable and enterprise-class storage with online backup, high-availability and scale-out. It is capable of supporting up to 50 billion edges on a single machine, and can achieve graph application acceleration of between 10x-1,000x, with a graph traversal rate of 32 billion traversed edges per second (GTEPs). By leveraging the power of GPU accelerated computing, Blazegraph Database enable extreme scaling that is thousands of times faster and 40 times more affordable than CPU-based solutions.
“Unlike other big data challenges, memory bandwidth is the bottleneck for large-scale graph and predictive analytics,” said Blazegraph CEO Brad Bebee. “The OpenPOWER platform, with support for NVIDIA Pascal architecture-based GPU accelerators and the NVIDIA NVLink high-speed interconnect, offers superior memory bandwidth. We’re excited to announce our Blazegraph solutions on OpenPOWER, which we expect to deliver faster and more cost-effective solutions for graph and predictive analytics on OpenPOWER.”
“The collaborative design model of the OpenPOWER Foundation is changing the way companies innovate around processor and system technology.” said Calista Redmond, President, OpenPOWER Foundation. “The POWER architecture is purpose-built for big data and cloud. OpenPOWER Foundation members like Blazegraph, innovating on top of the POWER processor, will be able to create new applications that capitalize on emerging workloads.”
To learn more about OpenPOWER and to view the complete list of current members, visit http://www.openpowerfoundation.org.
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Formerly known as SYSTAP, LLC, Blazegraph is a provider of highly scalable software for solving complex graph and machine learning algorithms. Founded in 2006, the company is the creator of Blazegraph DB, an ultra-high performance graph database supporting up to 50 billion edges on a single machine. Blazegraph GPU and Blazegraph DASL are its disruptive new technologies using GPU technology to enable extreme scaling that is thousands of times faster and 40 times more affordable than CPU-based solutions. Fortune 500 companies and government agencies – including DARPA, EMC, Wikimedia Foundation and Yahoo7 – rely on Blazegraph for graphs at scale because, in graphs, size matters. For more information, visit http://www.blazegraph.com.
About the OpenPOWER Foundation
The OpenPOWER Foundation is a global, open development membership organization formed to facilitate and inspire collaborative innovation on the POWER architecture. OpenPOWER members share expertise, investment and server-class intellectual property to develop solutions that serve the evolving needs of technology customers.
The OpenPOWER Foundation enables members to customize POWER CPU processors, system platforms, firmware and middleware software for optimization for their business and organizational needs. Member innovations delivered and under development include custom systems for large scale data centers, workload acceleration through GPU, FPGA or advanced I/O, and platform optimization for software appliances, or advanced hardware technology exploitation.
For further details visit http://www.openpowerfoundation.org.