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Actian Corporation schließt Übernahme von Versant ab

Actian Corp. (“Actian”), führendes Unternehmen im Bereich Big Data Management der nächsten Generation und Entwickler der bahnbrechenden und innovativen analytischen Datenbank Vectorwise, gab heute bekannt, dass die Transaktionen zur Übernahme der Versant Corporation (Nasdaq:VSNT), Branchenführer bei Specialized Data Management, abgeschlossen sind. Die Integration von Versants Expertise bei Big Data-Unternehmenslösungen stärkt das Angebot von Actian im Bereich analytisches Big Data Management und erweitert die Fähigkeiten des Unternehmens auf diesem Wachstumsmarkt.

Laut Gartner wird Big Data im IT-Bereich bis 2016 einen Gesamtumsatz von 232 Milliarden US-Dollar generieren. Als Anbieter von Software für Echtzeit-Informationsmangement verfügt Versant über mehr als 150.000 Installationen und ist seit über 15 Jahren ein höchst zuverlässiger Partner für Global 2000-Unternehmen wie Ericsson, Verizon, Siemens und die Financial Times sowie auch die Regierung der USA. Mit der führenden und objektorientierten Datenbank von Versant, gepaart mit dem bestehenden Portfolio von Actian, werden die Fähigkeiten von Actian zur Unterstützung von Unternehmen beim Gewinn von Wertzuwachs aus ihren Big Data gestärkt.

„Wir freuen uns, Versant in der Actian-Familie zu begrüßen“, so Steve Shine, Chief Executive Officer von Actian. „Der Abschluss dieser Transaktion bedeutet, dass die Kunden jetzt in den Nutzen der Möglichkeiten einer dynamischen Datenmanagement-Plattform gelangen. Damit werden sie in die Lage versetzt, Wertzuwachs aus ihren Big Data zu generieren. Unsere bahnbrechende Analysedatenbank Vectorwise, in Verbindung mit dem bestehenden Know-how von Versant, ermöglicht uns, die Ansprüche der Kunden bei Datenanalysen noch erfolgreicher zu erfüllen.“

In der Pressemitteilung von Versant, die anlässlich der Unterzeichnung der endgültigen Vereinbarung herausgegeben wurde, erklärte Bernhard Woebker, Präsident und Chief Executive Officer bei Versant: „Die Verbindung von Actian und Versant führt zu zahlreichen Synergien im Bereich Datenmanagement. Wir freuen, eine Verbindung mit Actian bei der Entwicklung von Technologien einzugehen, um so den Bedarf des ständig wachsenden und komplexen Marktes für Business Intelligence und Analytics zu erfüllen.“

Mit über 10.000 Kunden weltweit ist Actian der Branchenführer bei Unterstützung von Unternehmen, große Datenmengen in Branchen zu analysieren, die vom Einzelhandel über E-Commerce, Großunternehmen, Gesundheitswesen, Fertigungstechnik, Finanzwesen bis zu Social Media reichen. Für die Unternehmen wird es immer wichtiger, über die richtigen Werkzeuge zu verfügen, um aus den massiven Datenmengen Werte zu generieren. Actian unterstützt sie bei der Lösung dieses Problems.

Über Actian: Behandlung von Big Data

Actian Corporation ermöglicht es Unternehmen, mit Datenmanagement-Lösungen zur Geschäftsabwicklung und -analyse und zum automatischen Ergreifen von Maßnahmen im Geschäftsbetrieb Big Data in Wertschöpfung zu verwandeln. Actian hilft 10.000 Kunden weltweit bei der Bearbeitung ihrer großen Datenmengen mit Action Apps, der analytischen Datenbank Vectorwise und Ingres, einer unabhängigen, geschäftskritischen OLTP-Datenbank. Actian hat seinen Hauptsitz in Redwood City, Kalifornien und unterhält Niederlassungen in New York, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam und Melbourne. Bleiben Sie in Verbindung mit Actian Corporation auf Facebook, Twitter und LinkedIn.

Actian, Cloud Action Platform, Action Apps, Ingres und Vectorwise sind Handelsmarken der Actian Corporation. Alle anderen Handelsmarken, Handelsbezeichnungen, Dienstleistungsmarken und Firmenzeichen sind Eigentum der entsprechenden Unternehmen.

Über Versant Corporation

Versant Corporation ist ein Branchenführer bei der Entwicklung von spezialisierten NoSQL-Datenmanagementsystemen, um Echtzeitunternehmen (Real-Time Enterprise) zu ermöglichen. Mit der Versant Datenbank-Engine können Unternehmen komplexe Informationen in Umgebungen behandeln, die Hochleistung, Gleichzeitigkeit und Verfügbarkeit verlangen, und maßgeblich Software- und Verwaltungskosten senken, Entwicklungsvorgänge beschleunigen und vereinfachen sowie extrem wettbewerbsfähige Produkte liefern. Die Lösungen von Versant werden in über 150.000 Installationen in einer breitgefächerten Reihe von Branchen eingesetzt, darunter Telekommunikation, Energie, Finanzdienstleistungen, Transportwesen, Fertigungstechnik und Verteidigung. Seit über 20 Jahren ist Versant ein zuverlässiger Partner für Global 2000-Unternehmen wie Ericsson, Verizon, Siemens und die Financial Times sowie die Regierung der USA. Für weitere Informationen rufen Sie 650-232-2400 an oder besuchen Sie www.versant.com.

Versant ist eine eingetragene Handelsmarke der Versant Corporation in den USA.

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