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SQLstream Honored As a Top Player in Big Data
SQLstream Honored As a Top Player in Big Data

 
June 3, 2014 12:12PM
Database Trends and Applications Magazine Salutes SQLstream as a top player in Big Data -- SQLstream honored in “Companies That Matter Most in Data” for second year running.
 



SAN FRANCISCO, CA, June 3, 2014 -- SQLstream Inc., the leading standards-based stream processing software company, today announced its inclusion in the DBTA Top 100: Companies That Matter Most in Data, published by Database Trends and Applications magazine. A result of lengthy research and compiled by the publication’s editorial staff, the second edition of the list recognizes industry leaders helping organizations derive tangible value and insight from Big Data.

SQLstream was selected based on its presence, execution, vision and innovation in delivering stream processing products and solutions in the real-time Big Data and streaming analytics marketplace. SQLstream Blaze, the leading stream processing suite, is the only Big Data stream processor to support standards-compliant SQL, as well as Java, for analyzing sensor and other machine data streams -- while being fully integrated with Storm, Kafka, AMQP and ZeroMQ. The core of the suite is a resilient, distributed multi-server stream processor, capable of processing time-series machine data at rates of 1 million records per second per CPU while generating real-time analytics with millisecond latency.

“Our inclusion in the inaugural Top 100 list confirmed our position as a top player in the Big Data arena,” said Damian Black, CEO and Founder of SQLstream. “Being nominated a second time highlights and cements the importance of SQL standards for stream processing in the current Big Data and Internet of Things marketplaces”.

The full DBTA Top 100 report can be read here: http://www.dbta.com/Editorial/Think-About-It/DBTA-100-2014---The-Companies-That-Matter-Most-in-Data-97199.aspx.

About SQLstream Blaze

Further information on SQLstream Blaze and its SQL-compliant, distributed stream processing architecture can be found at http://www.sqlstream.com.

About SQLstream

SQLstream powers real-time smart services for the Internet of Things. SQLstream’s stream processing software suite, SQLstream Blaze, collects, analyzes and integrates sensor and other machine generated data in real-time, providing the real-time insight required to drive automated actions. SQLstream Blaze includes s-Server, the world’s fastest stream processor, and the only one built on standards-compliant streaming SQL. The product suite is complete with real-time dashboards, industry-specific application libraries, and a full range of data collection agents and adapters for Hadoop and other enterprise data management platforms. SQLstream is the recipient of leading industry awards, such as the Ventana Research Technology Innovation Award for IT Analytics and Performance. SQLstream is based in San Francisco, CA.
 

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