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EMC acquires data warehousing firm

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EMC acquires data warehousing firm

EMC has confirmed it is paying an undisclosed cash sum for privately held data warehousing specialists Greenplum, reports V3.co.uk.

Greenplum specialises in running massively parallel processing data architecture that it claims is between 10 and 100 times faster than the competition using virtual x86 architecture. EMC will integrate Greenplum's technology into its private cloud infrastructure.

“Greenplum's massively-parallel, scale-out architecture, along with its self-service consumption model, has enabled it to separate itself from the incumbent players and emerge as the leader in this industry shift toward 'big data' analytics,” said Pat Gelsinger, president of EMC Information Infrastructure Products.

Atego rolls out process management solution

Atego, an supplier of industrial-grade development tools, has released Atego Process Director, a Web-based environment for process definition, management and deployment, states Business Wire.

According to the company, Atego Process Director delivers a highly scalable and pragmatic range of Web-based process-oriented capabilities for operational, engineering and development process authoring, roll-out, management, governance measurement and optimisation.

Its thin client user interface runs on contemporary browsers and supports mouse-free environments such as Windows Touch, iPad and the iPhone, proactively getting process deployed.

Altitude vBox 4 unveiled

Altitude Software, a global contact centre solutions vendor, has released Altitude vBox 4.0, says TMCnet.

VBox is a SIP server that enables an organisation to deploy multimedia IP contact solutions. The solution is based on the open source Asterisk IP PBX solution.

“Put together with the Altitude UCI contact centre suite, the Altitude vBox allows organisations to rapidly deploy a powerful and highly scalable IP multimedia contact centre solution and infrastructure at a very competitive cost,” says Miguel Lopes, VP of marketing and product management at Altitude Software.

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