Cambridge Semantics Announces AnzoGraph™ Open-Standards Graph Database for Analytics Available for Standalone Use

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AnzoGraph is first hybrid database to combine the benefits of property graphs and RDF SPARQL semantic query languages into a single database for hyperfast analytics at Big Data scale

Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of enterprise data fabric technology including a universal semantic layer for modern data management and connected data analytics solutions, today announced that for the first time, its award-winning AnzoGraph database is now available for download for independent evaluation and usage in customer applications, on premise or cloud, from single server to large clusters.

AnzoGraph is a native, massively parallel processing, distributed Graph OLAP database, providing hyperfast, advanced analytics at Big Data scale, executing queries more than 100 times faster than other leading vendor technologies. Unlike other competing analytics databases, AnzoGraph is an open W3C standards-based database that prevents vendor “lock-in” from proprietary technologies. It is also the only database to offer Big Data aggregation analytics and business intelligence, and to also provide reasoning.

AnzoGraph is the same award-winning enterprise graph database embedded within Cambridge Semantics’ Anzo, in active use by leading global organizations to solve their most complex business intelligence and analytics challenges. Ideally suited for data analysts, enterprise architects and application developers, “AnzoGraph combines the best of labeled property graphs and RDF SPARQL semantic query languages into a single, hybrid graph database. It can be used to build and execute superfast data warehouse analytics, graph algorithms and inferencing at large data scales,” said Barry Zane, Vice President Engineering, Cambridge Semantics.

“AnzoGraph's scalable OLAP (analytics) orientation is the perfect partner for graph OLTP (transactions) because the data of potentially many OLTP systems can be quickly analyzed and can then feed other OLTP and machine learning systems, or drive business processes," added Zane.

“In a year that has been dubbed ‘The Year of the Graph’ in big data analytics, AnzoGraph is another big step forward in making graph databases more easily and widely available to companies of all sizes, across virtually any industry,” said Alok Prasad, President, Cambridge Semantics. “AnzoGraph gives customers the ability to do superfast query and analytics on rich, diverse data linked by a Knowledge Graph. Such similar capabilities were primarily available to companies like Google and are now available for use by a broader set of enterprise customers. And, importantly, we provide customers with an open-standards database that doesn’t lock them into vendors that offer only proprietary technology.”

AnzoGraph helps leading organizations across a variety of industries solve their most demanding business challenges, including scientific data discovery, customer 360 and relationship management, machine learning data automation, and real-time analytics and data visualization including cyber security, risk assessment, network traffic analysis, pricing models, supply chain intelligence and many other use cases.

Cambridge Semantics’ AnzoGraph is currently available for free trial with free support for AWS, Centos and Docker at https://www.cambridgesemantics.com/product/anzograph/.

About Cambridge Semantics

Cambridge Semantics Inc., The Smart Data Company®, is an enterprise big data fabric management and enterprise analytics software company that offers a universal semantic layer to connect and bring meaning to all enterprise data. The company’s Anzo® software products, enable IT departments and their business users to semantically link, analyze and manage diverse data whether internal or external, structured or unstructured, with exceptional speed, at big data scales and at the fraction of the implementation costs of using traditional approaches.

AnzoGraph, the same graph database embedded within Anzo, is now available on a standalone basis for data analysts, enterprise architects and application developers to build and execute data warehouse analytics, graph algorithms and inferencing, all in one award-winning graph database for analytics.

Cambridge Semantics is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
For more information visit http://www.cambridgesemantics.com or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter: @CamSemantics.

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