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Actian Corporation conclude l'acquisizione di Versant

Actian Corp. ("Actian"), leader nella gestione di big data della prossima generazione e creatore di Vectorwise, il database analitico, innovativo, al vertice delle prestazioni, ha annunciato oggi di avere completato l'operazione di acquisto di Versant Corporation (Nasdaq:VSNT), leader di settore nella gestione specialistica dei dati. La combinazione delle competenze di Versant per le soluzioni aziendali per i big data rinforza ancor più l'offerta analitica di Actian nel settore e ne espande le capacità in questo mercato in crescita.

Secondo Gartner i big data (dati di grande volume) comporteranno un costo di 232 miliardi USD in IT da qui al 2016. Versant è fornitore di software di gestione dell'informazione in tempo reale e dispone di oltre 150.000 installazioni, è un partner degno di grande fiducia da oltre 15 anni per aziende facenti parte del Global 2000 di Forbes, come Ericsson, Verizon, Siemens, il Financial Times e del governo statunitense. Il database di Versant, di alto livello e ottimizzato allo scopo, accoppiato al portafoglio esistente di Actian rinforza ancor più la sua capacità di aiutare le aziende a ricavare valore in termini economici dai propri big data.

"Accogliamo Versant nella famiglia Actian con estremo piacere", ha detto Steve Shine, Amministratore delegato di Actian. "Il completamento di questa operazione significa che i clienti ora trarranno beneficio da una piattaforma dinamica di capacità di gestione dati che consente di estrarre valore economico dai big data. Il nostro straordinario database di analitica Vectorwise, combinato all'attuale competenza di Versant, ci consentirà di accrescere il nostro successo nel soddisfare le esigenze nel settore analisi dei dati".

Nel comunicato stampa di Versant rilasciato dopo la firma dell'accordo definitivo, Bernhard Woebker, presidente e Amministratore delegato di Versant ha dichiarato: "La combinazione tra Actian e Versant offre molte sinergie per la gestione dati. Siamo entusiasti di unirci ad Actian nello sviluppo della tecnologia per soddisfare le richieste del mercato in continua crescita e complesso della raccolta dati economici e dell'analitica aziendale".

Con oltre 10.000 clienti a livello mondiale, Actian è il leader nell'aiuto delle aziende che analizzano i big data nei vari settori, dal dettaglio all'e-commerce, fino a grandi aziende, sanità, produzione, finanza e social media. Disporre degli strumenti idonei per sfruttare i grandi volumi di dati sta diventando sempre più importante per le aziende e Actian aiuta a risolvere questo problema.

Informazioni su Actian: Agire sui big data

Actian Corporation consente alle aziende di trasformare i big data in valore economico con soluzioni di gestione dati per effettuare transazioni, analizzare e intraprendere azioni automatiche in tutte le loro attività commerciali. Actian aiuta 10.000 clienti in tutto il mondo a passare all'azione sui loro big data con Action Apps, Vectorwise, il database analitico e Ingres, un database OLTP indipendente e critico per la missione. Actian ha sede centrale in California, ed uffici a New York, Londra, Parigi, Francoforte, Amsterdam e Melbourne. Rimanete in contatto con Actian Corporation su Facebook, Twitter e LinkedIn.

Actian, Cloud Action Platform, Action Apps, Ingres e Vectorwise sono marchi commerciali di Actian Corporation. Tutti gli altri marchi, nomi commerciali, marchi di servizio e loghi di cui si fa menzione qui appartengono alle rispettive società.

Informazioni su Versant Corporation

Versant Corporation è leader nel settore della costruzione di sistemi di gestione dati NoSQL specializzati che consentono la gestione dell'azienda in tempo reale. Mediante il database Engine di Versant le aziende riescono a gestire informazioni complesse in ambienti che richiedono alte prestazioni, concorrenza e disponibilità, costi hardware e amministrativi notevolmente ridotti, inoltre velocizzano e semplificano lo sviluppo e realizzano prodotti con un forte margine competitivo. Le soluzioni di Versant sono distribuite in oltre 150.000 installazioni in un ampio spettro di settori, tra cui le telecomunicazioni, l'energia, i servizi finanziari, i trasporti, il manifatturiero e la difesa. Da oltre 20 anni Versant è partner fidato di aziende facenti parte del Global 2000 di Forbes, come Ericsson, Verizon, Siemens e Financial Times, e del governo statunitense. Per maggiori informazioni chiamare il numero 650-232-2400 o visitare www.versant.com.

Versant è un marchio registrato di Versant Corporation negli Stati Uniti.

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