VoltDB Named to DBTA's Top 100 List of Companies That Matter Most in Data Database Trends and Applications Magazine Salutes VoltDB as a Game-changer in Data and Enterprise Information Management
BILLERICA, Mass., June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- VoltDB, the world's fastest, in-memory, high-velocity database, announced today that it has been named as one of the top 100 companies that provide technologies and services for data management by Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine. Compiled by the publication's editorial staff, the inaugural "DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data" list recognizes long-standing industry veterans to fast-growing startups that are helping organizations derive tangible value and insight from Big Data.
VoltDB was selected for the DBTA 100 based on its presence, execution, vision, and innovation in bringing to market a NewSQL in-memory relational database that offers high-velocity data ingestion, ACID compliance, high scalability, and real-time analytics.
"The VoltDB database enables an approach to application design that obliterates conventional wisdom about how fast organizations can accept data, analyze it and make decisions, all with no limits to scale," said Bruce Reading, CEO, VoltDB. "It enables the development of applications that act on and allow for real-time decisioning on data at its point of maximum value—the moment it arrives. We appreciate DBTA's acknowledgement as a company that's helping organizations upset the status quo and capitalize on Big Data."
To learn more about the DBTA 100, visit the Database Trends and Applications website, http://www.DBTA.com.
VoltDB provides a fully durable, in-memory relational database that combines high-velocity data ingestion and real-time data analytics and decisioning to enable organizations to unleash a new generation of big data applications that deliver unprecedented business value. Organizations in markets ranging from financial services and Web media, to public utilities and national defense, use VoltDB to narrow the "ingestion-to-decision" gap from minutes, or even hours, to milliseconds. Founded by database legend Dr. Michael Stonebraker, VoltDB is privately held with offices in Billerica, Mass. and Santa Clara, Calif.
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