About ALGEBRAIX Data
Algebraix® Data, the Semantic Web Company™, is creating the next-generation database platform, development tools and applications to power the major, ongoing shift to the Web 3.0, also known as the Semantic Web. At its core, semantic technology allows all data to be integrated and connected, and allows data-reading computers to learn and infer, understand concepts and perform reasoning.
Through its patented, powerful SPARQL Server graph database, Algebraix has created the industry-leading platform for the development of semantic RDF applications. It will unlock the global potential of semantic computing.
The web is rapidly adopting semantic technology, led by Google, Facebook, IBM, Microsoft and more. While these and many other major entities have created their own internal semantic database solutions, Algebraix has developed the first high-performance, commercially deployable database platform. It can be used worldwide by semantic application developers.
To kick-start the creation of applications by third-party developers, in 2014 Algebraix will launch its own semantic site search product based on the company’s SPARQL Server technology. This site-specific search tool will provide the benefits of semantic technology to customers who have large internal databases, but get poor search response using keywords.
In 2014, Algebraix will also launch its fast, affordable SPARQL Server graph database on established clouds (Amazon, Azure) and will promote development of RDF applications worldwide.
The SPARQL Server is the first fast, scalable, graph W3C RDF database platform to make the development of semantic tools and applications commercially viable. Its innovative, proprietary, patented technology uses algebraic expressions and set theory to create a high-performance database that can scale to the vast challenges of Big Data while simultaneously providing elegant search results and business intelligence solutions.
SPARQL Server benefits include:
Lower total cost of ownership and lower administrative costs – requires no database administrators (DBAs)
Automatic performance optimization
- Full compliance with W3C standards and high scalability
100 to 1,000 times faster than current competing semantic systems; overall performance record on data sizes up to and including 1 billion triples on a single node
Runs in the cloud on commodity hardware; no expensive or proprietary hardware
Algebraix Data at the Convergence of Top Three 2013 Technology Trends by Gartner