Cambridge Semantics Awarded Highest Rating for Analytic Processing Environments in the Graph Database Market Update 2019 by Bloor Research

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Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of big data management and enterprise analytics software, announced that its AnzoGraph Graph Database product was rated highest in analytic processing capabilities in the latest Graph Database Market Update 2019 by Bloor Research.

"There are relatively few vendors in the graph database market that have the performance to focus specifically on analytics. Cambridge Semantics not only does this with AnzoGraph, but does so without requiring (very expensive) hardware acceleration or a proprietary language."

Cambridge Semantics, the leading provider of big data management and enterprise analytics software, announced that its AnzoGraph Graph Database product was rated highest in analytic processing capabilities in the latest Graph Database Market Update 2019 by Bloor Research.

The Bloor Graph Database Market Update 2019 compares property graph with RDF databases, native versus non-native implementations, single versus multi-model databases and operational versus analytic solutions. It discusses the latest trends in this market, along with an assessment of the leading vendors in the market and captures any market shift in the last two years. Relative to shifts in the graph database market, Bloor noted that Cambridge Semantics unbundled AnzoGraph from its Anzo Data Lake offering, and that Amazon and SAP also entered the graph database market.

Within the report, Cambridge Semantics was ranked number one in several categories including:

  • Integration- Analytic environments
  • Language- Analytic environments
  • Features- Analytic environments

"There are relatively few vendors in the graph database market that have the performance to focus specifically on analytics. Cambridge Semantics not only does this with AnzoGraph, but does so without requiring (very expensive) hardware acceleration or a proprietary language," said Philip Howard, research director at Bloor Research.

‘’It is an honor to be named a leading vendor for analytics in the Graph Database market 2019,” said Alok Prasad, president of Cambridge Semantics. “We have witnessed a surging interest in graph databases to conduct interactive analytics to get better insights. Last year, we were very excited to spin-out AnzoGraph, our graph analytics database for hyper-fast performance at Big Data scale. We are seeing very strong interest in this new offering.’’

AnzoGraph is a massively parallel distributed native graph analytics database built to interactively analyze trillions of relationships at record speed. The database provides BI-style analytics, graph algorithms and inferencing with open W3C standards based graph technology and labelled property graphs. The underlying technology is a third-generation data analytics engine built by the engineers who built Netezza and the technology behind Amazon Redshift. AnzoGraph has been in production at large enterprise customers as a part of Anzo and is now available behind the firewall or in the cloud on AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure and all cloud environments supporting Docker.

About Bloor Research
Bloor Research is a global, independent research and analyst house, focused on the idea that Evolution is Essential to business success and ultimately survival. For nearly 30 years, we have enabled businesses to understand the potential offered by technology and choose the optimal solutions for their needs.

About Cambridge Semantics
Cambridge Semantics Inc., The Smart Data Company®, is a big data management and enterprise analytics software company that offers a universal semantic layer to connect and bring meaning to all enterprise data. The company offers two award winning products: Anzo for Enterprise Knowledge Graphs and integrated analytics and AnzoGraph, a graph analytics database.

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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