SAN MATEO, Calif. and TOKYO, July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Limited (FMCS), a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited that specializes in mission-critical information systems, and Datameer, Inc., a leading data analytics and visualization company, today announced a strategic partnership that will enable business users to quickly and easily analyze all of their data, leveraging the big data storage and compute powers of Hadoop and Fujitsu hardware. The companies will jointly market and sell in Japan.
FMCS is releasing a System Solution for Enterprise Big Data Analysis, an on-premise solution that enables immediate trials and implementations of big data analysis. The ready-made solution vertically integrates hardware structures, software, system operations, and maintenance operations to optimize performance and usability, providing a big data analysis solution tailored to the customers' private environment. Datameer 2.0 provides an end-user interface for fast data integration, ad-hoc analysis and data-linked visualizations. This partnership will provide businesses the flexibility, power, and speed needed to quickly and thoroughly analyze company performance, better understand customer behavior and optimize business processes.
"Businesses understand the increasing importance of analytics while also recognizing that new technologies and solutions are needed to address the variety, velocity and complexity of today's data," said Stefan Groschupf, CEO of Datameer. "The Datameer and FMCS partnership will make it easier for users to quickly get to the business insights they need."
Datameer combines big data integration, analytics and visualization in a single web-based application. Datameer includes 25+ source connectors for structured and unstructured data and a plug-in API so users can connect to custom data sources if needed. Datameer includes over 200 point and click analytic functions in an intuitive, spreadsheet user interface with an open API so users can create their own custom functions. Once analysis is performed, users can visualize their data in Datameer's brand new Business Infographic Designer, a vector-based WYSIWYG design tool that allows users to create stunning, data-driven Business Infographics.
"Partnering with Datameer means that our customers will not only get the fastest and easiest to use big data storage and compute infrastructure on the market today, but also a complete analytics solution from data integration and analytics to visualizations that works on any device," said Hisao Miura, Representative Director of FMCS. "Both companies take pride in providing advanced analytics technology, so forming a strategic partnership made complete sense."
FMCS bundled their system development expertise with leading edge technologies into a complete on-premise vertical solution for enterprise big data analysis. Combined with Datameer, FMCS offers a complete solution for easy and effective data analysis.
About Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Limited (FMCS)
Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems Limited (FMCS) is a subsidiary of Fujitsu Limited specializing in mission-critical information systems. FMCS provides system integration services and operations of safe and reliable infrastructure for mission-critical systems -- such as banking and government information systems -- by merging advanced technologies with system development, operations, and maintenance know-how. Amidst the growing interest in big data, FMCS is developing big data systems such as smart grid, log analytics, and market analytics in various industries including energy, media, finance, and public services.
Datameer offers the first data analytics solution built on Hadoop that helps business users access, analyze and use massive amounts of data. Founded by Hadoop veterans in 2009, the company's breakthrough product provides unparalleled access to data with minimal IT resources. Datameer scales to 4,000 servers and petabytes of data and is available for all major Hadoop distributions including Apache, Cloudera, EMC, Fujitsu Mission Critical Systems, Hortonworks, IBM, MapR, Yahoo!, Amazon and Microsoft Azure. Datameer is based in San Mateo, Calif.