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About Algebraix Data
Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Austin,TX, Algebraix Data is the inventor of data algebra™. After 6 years of R&D, Algebraix has invented and refined a new standard for data query performance with products that enable faster insights, improved multi-user concurrency, lower infrastructure costs and reduced database administration through a solution that intelligently learns and adapts to a database environment. Algebraix technology automatically accelerates data devices and software platforms.
Algebraix Data holds a series of patents related to its application to computer technology. In fact, Algebraix literally wrote the book on “The Algebra of Data.” In it, Algebraix Founder Professor Gary Sherman and leading industry analyst Robin Bloor identified data algebra as the new foundation of the data economy. Their flagship product is Algebraix Inside™, patented technologies which accelerate big data analytics hardware & software.
Because Algebraix Inside provides an optimization engine for query acceleration to Business Intelligence (BI), Analytics and database products, it can fill the same role for open source products in these and other product categories. Consequently, Algebraix Data is building and establishing a secure blockchain-based data market that will allow individuals to store, manage and monetize their own data with the launch of a new cryptocurrency. Aside from managing the data market and databases services, the goal of this project is to also establish an ecosystem of applications to serve this market, both through direct development and by partnering with other software providers.
For further information, please see algebraixdata.com.
Our CEO is Charlie Silver. For bios and further information, please see our Leadership page.
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