Bloor Research Mutable Award 2020
Bloor Research has awarded Cambridge Semantics “Highly Commended” in their Mutable Awards 2020.
Bloor Graph Database Market Update 2020
The Bloor Graph Database Market Update 2020 compares 14 graph database vendors, including Amazon Neptune, MarkLogic, Neo4j and our own AnzoGraph DB and discusses the latest trends in the market and how the market has shifted over the last year since their last Graph Database Market Update.
AnzoGraph DB Geospatial Knowledge Graphs Infographic
Geospatial is about understanding the relationships between people, things and events and their location. So is graph technology. Together they can lead to a higher degree of understanding of those relationships that can lead to increased sales, greater efficiency and compliance.
On-demand Webinar: Fireside Chat with Bloor Research: State of the Graph Database Mar …
Sean Martin, CTO of Cambridge Semantics, Philip Howard, Research Director at Bloor Research and co-author of “Graph Database Market Update 2020”, and Steve Sarsfield, VP of Product at Cambridge Semantics, hold a fireside chat on the State of the Graph Database Market.
Cambridge Semantics Introduces Geospatial Analytics within Its Award-Winning AnzoGrap …
Cambridge Semantics today announces the addition of geospatial analytics within its award-winning AnzoGraph® DB. This new capability combines the power of scalable location analytics with the power of relationships and analytics in a graph database.
COVID-19 Demands Urgent Use of Graph Data Management and Analytics
This research note from Gartner highlights why graph technology is well-suited to address the complex data integration challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and how graph databases and algorithms can be used to surface hidden patterns and relationships in consumer data.
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.