Cambridge Semantics Named to Database Trends and Applications Magazine’s 2020 Top 1 …
Cambridge Semantics today announced that it has been recognized by Database Trends and Applications in the eighth annual “DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data,” a special list that salutes today’s top companies in data management and analysis.
DBTA’s 100 Companies That Matter in Data 2020
Cambridge Semantics is proud to have been included in DBTA’s list of 100 Companies That Matter in Data for 2020. This list showcases 100 vendors that are addressing the interconnected demands for hardware, software, and services that help customers unlock their data’s potential.
Independent Research Firm Positions Cambridge Semantics as a Leader in Enterprise Dat …
Cambridge Semantics today announced that Forrester Research, Inc., a leading independent technology and market research company, has positioned Cambridge Semantics as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Data Fabric Q2, 2020.
Gaining Insight into the New World of Database Technologies at Data Summit Connect 20 …
DBTA discusses our recent session titled “AnzoGraph DB: Driving AI and Machine Insights with Knowledge Graphs in a Connected World” at Data Summit Connect, a free 3-day series of data-focused webinars, which offered a primer on graph database technology and the rapid growth of knowledge graphs.
AnzoGraph DB Is Now a Graph Database That Supports Geospatial
Today, we published a preview of AnzoGraph® DB with an important new feature – namely geospatial analytics. You can preview geospatial capabilities if you download AnzoGraph DB now and it will be fully available (GA) in all AnzoGraph DB editions in the coming months.
Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Data Fabric, Q2 2020
Cambridge Semantics is named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Data Fabric, Q2 2020. Forrester utilized 25 criteria to evaluate the 15 most significant enterprise data fabric vendors.
On-demand Webinar: The Business Case for Semantic Web Ontology & Knowledge Graph
Watch Mark Wallace, Semantic Arts, and Thomas Cook, Cambridge Semantics, as they explore the benefits of building a Semantic Knowledge Graph with RDF*, wrapping up with an airline data demo that illustrates the value of schema, inference and reasoning in it.