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Actian Corporation voltooit acquisitie van Versant

Actian Corp. ("Actian"), een leider in next generation big data management en makers van de innovatieve recordbrekende analytische databank Vectorwise, heeft vandaag aangekondigd dat het de overname heeft afgerond van Versant Corporation (Nasdaq: VSNT), een vooraanstaand bedrijf in gespecialiseerde data management. De combinatie van de expertise van Versant op het gebied van oplossingen voor enterprise big data versterkt de portefeuille van big data analyse van Actian en breidt zijn capaciteiten uit op deze opkomende markt.

Volgens Gartner zal big data zorgen voor $ 232 miljard aan IT-uitgaven tot het einde van 2016. Als realtime aanbieder van informatiemanagement heeft Verizon meer dan 150.000 installaties, en is het al meer dan 15 jaar een uiterst betrouwbare partner voor Global 2000 bedrijven zoals Ericsson, Verizon, Siemens en de Financial Times, evenals voor de regering van de VS. Versant's leidende object-georiënteerde database gekoppeld aan de bestaande portefeuille van Actian betekent een verdere versterking van het vermogen van Actian om bedrijven te helpen waarde te genereren uit hun big data.

"We verheugen ons erop om Versant welkom te heten in de Actian-familie", aldus Steve Shine, chief executive officer van Actian. "De voltooiing van deze transactie betekent dat klanten nu de voordelen hebben van een dynamisch platform voor data management dat hen in staat stelt om big data om te zetten in waarde voor hun bedrijf. Onze recordbrekende analysedatabase Vectorwise in combinatie met de bestaande expertise van Versant zal ons in staat stellen om met nog meer succes tegemoet te komen aan eisen op het gebied van data-analyse."

In het persbericht van Versant, dat is uitgegeven na het ondertekenen van de definitieve overeenkomst, stelde Bernhard Woebker, president en chief executive officer van Versant, dat "De combinatie van Actian en Versant talrijke synergieën biedt voor data management. We zijn verheugd om ons bij Actian aan te sluiten voor de ontwikkeling van technologie om tegemoet te komen aan de vragen van de steeds groeiende en complexe markt voor business intelligence en analyse."

Met meer dan 10.000 klanten wereldwijd is Actian een leider in het helpen van bedrijven om big data te analyseren in bedrijfstakken zoals retail, e-commerce, enterprise, gezondheidszorg, fabricage, financiële dienstverlening en social media. Het wordt steeds belangrijker voor bedrijven om over de juiste hulpmiddelen te beschikken om waarde af te leiden uit enorme hoeveelheden data en Actian helpt dit probleem op te lossen.

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Actian Corporation stelt organisaties in staat om big data om te zetten in bedrijfswaarde met data management oplossingen om te verhandelen, analyseren en geautomatiseerd actie te ondernemen in al hun bedrijfsactiviteiten. Actian helpt 10.000 klanten wereldwijd om gebruik te maken van hun big data met Action Apps, Vectorwise, de analytische database en Ingres, een onafhankelijke missiekritische OLTP-database. Actian heeft zijn hoofdvestiging in Californië en kantoren in New York, Londen, Parijs, Frankfurt, Amsterdam en Melbourne. Volg Actian Corporation op Facebook, Twitter en LinkedIn.

Actian, Cloud Action Platform, Action Apps, Ingres en Vectorwise zijn handelsmerken van Actian Corporation. Alle andere handelsmerken, merknamen, servicemerken en logo's waarnaar hier wordt verwezen, zijn eigendom van hun respectievelijke bedrijven.

Over Versant Corporation

Versant Corporation is een brancheleider in het bouwen van gespecialiseerde NoSQL systemen voor data management voor realtime bedrijven. Met behulp van de Versant Database Engine kunnen bedrijven complexe informatie verwerken in omgevingen die de hoogste prestaties, gelijktijdigheid en beschikbaarheid vereisen, de kosten van hardware en administratie aanzienlijk terugdringen, de ontwikkeling versnellen en vereenvoudigen en producten leveren die de concurrentie vóór zijn. De oplossingen van Versant worden in meer dan 150.000 installaties gebruikt in een grote verscheidenheid aan bedrijfstakken, waaronder telecommunicatie, energie, financiële dienstverlening, transport, fabricage en defensie. Versant is al meer dan 20 jaar een vertrouwde partner van Global 2000 bedrijven zoals Ericsson, Verizon, Siemens en Financial Times, evenals van de regering van de VS. Bel voor meer informatie 650-232-2400 of ga naar www.versant.com.

Versant is een gedeponeerd handelsmerk van Versant Corporation in de Verenigde Staten.

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