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Check out our new eBook: “The OmniSci Extreme Analytics™ Platform: Revamping the Experience of Big Data Analytics.”

What do telcos, capital markets, media companies and defense and intelligence organizations have in common?

According to a new eBook by RTInsights and OmniSci titled “The OmniSci Extreme Analytics™ Platform: Revamping the Experience of Big Data Analytics”, they all use the Extreme Analytics platform to make sense of the massive amounts of critical, real-time data they are constantly accumulating.

Organizations in every industry collect huge volumes of data about their operations, customers, and markets. As a result, demands on data storage and analysis continue to grow exponentially.

New technologies promise insights to support decision-making and long-lasting competitive advantages. But the results are not always as advertised.

The Extreme Analytics technology, on the other hand, developed from research originating at MIT, combines the massively parallel processing of graphics processing units (GPUs) with traditional CPU computing. This adds rendering and visualization layers and provides immersive, instantaneous analytics on large, complex data sets.

In other words, analysts can ask and answer at least 100 times more questions in the time needed for one query to complete on a legacy, CPU-only platform.

The eBook examines analytics case studies from diverse, unrelated industries.

The first industry examined is telecommunications, and the challenges of maintaining networks, capturing customer insights and reducing churn. The next is financial services, where success depends on how to find an edge understanding the inner workings of portfolios. Media companies, and how to get maximum bang for their advertising buck, make up the third section. In the final section, defense and intelligence organizations’ needs for mission successes are examined.

Download “The OmniSci Extreme Analytics™ Platform: Revamping the Experience of Big Data Analytics” by completing the form at the right.

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