SGI showcases third-party front-end tools for its Adaptive Data Warehouse solution at Oracle Open World
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22, 2008 -- Oracle Open World, Booth 3418 West, -- At Oracle Open World today, Silicon Graphics, Inc. (Nasdaq: SGIC) showcased new third-party applications that extend the ecosystem of the SGI(R) Adaptive Data Warehouse Solution.
The new tools help make the SGI solution, optimized for Oracle(R) data warehouses, even more effective in managing soaring data volumes, increasingly complex analyses, data mining and visualization, multiple workflows, and growing populations of users. Such conditions are common in high-performance business enterprises that rely on data warehouses to conduct fraud analysis, customer data mining, predictive analysis, and other data-intensive applications.
In its booth at Oracle Open World, SGI is spotlighting new front-end tools for the SGI Adaptive Data Warehouse Solution:
-- Visual data mining. Mineset 3.2 from Vero Insight is an integrated suite of visual data mining tools that reveals the hidden value buried in data, trends, patterns and relationships. Mineset distills complex information into easily understood graphics, and supports real-time "what if" analysis with parameters that can be adjusted on the fly. (http://www.vero-insight.com)
-- Open source Business Intelligence (BI). Pentaho Corporation's Pentaho Open BI Suite provides comprehensive reporting OLAP analysis, dashboards, data integration and data mining. At Oracle Open World, Pentaho will demonstrate real-time data integration for operational dashboards and delivery of BI information via the Apple iPhone. (http://www.pentaho.com)
-- Emails, Documents, Multimedia and Transactions (EDMT) data warehouse. BMMsoft EDMT Server is a Multipurpose Data Warehouse for real-time capture of EDMT data in a single, secure relational database that creates single, unified view of data for fast real-time analysis. Cross-correlation analysis enables managers to quickly make better, more informed decisions. (http://www.bmmsoft.com)
"No solution is complete without strong alliances and we are delighted to welcome these new tools to the growing SGI Adaptive Warehouse Solution ecosystem," said Shahin Khan, vice president of marketing and corporate development, SGI. "Actionable insight is the name of the game and the deluge of data from thousands of sources can cause perception overload. Handling it, processing it, and visualizing it require the kind of storage, supercomputing, visualization, and services that only Silicon Graphics can bring to customers".
More about the SGI Adaptive Data Warehouse Solution:
-- Launched as part of the Oracle Optimized Warehouse Initiative
-- Combines Oracle Database software with SGI(R) Altix(R) servers and SGI(R) InfiniteStorage systems
-- Scales to meet the needs of customers whose requirements extend beyond the capabilities of traditional enterprise computers
-- Supports data warehouses ranging from 4 Terabytes (TB) to more than 300TB
-- Allows Oracle data warehouse customers to scale their I/O bandwidth without having to add unnecessary components
-- Leverages the power and scalability of the Intel(R) Itanium(R) processor or Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor 5000 sequence.
-- Learn more at http://www.sgi.com/industries/data_warehouse/
At Oracle Open World (Sept. 22-25)
-- SGI Booth 3418 West Hall, Moscone Conference Center, San Francisco
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