IoT1 min Read

In  this Forbes article , Nikita Shamgunov, SingleStore co-founder & co-CEO, discusses the importance of digital twins. While digital twins…
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Case Study7 min Read

True Digital Group is using SingleStore to power a contact tracing app, preventing the spread of COVID-19 in Thailand. (See our joint press release .) The app uses React and Web Workers in the frontend, with SingleStore Pipelines and time series functions processing fast ingestion of events, and geospatial functions used to plot data on the map in real-time. The first functional version of the app was built in two weeks. Our Global Lockdown Preventing the spread of the COVID-19 disease has…
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Analytics13 min Read

There is a trend in industry which says that modern applications need to be built on top of one or more special-purpose databases. That every application benefits from using the best-of-breed technology for each requirement. And that the plethora of special-purpose options available from certain cloud providers is reasonable to manage. That’s all BUNK. The reality is that navigating the choices, figuring out how to use them effectively, and dealing with the ETL and inevitable data sprawl, is so…
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Case Study4 min Read

SME Solutions Group is a SingleStore partner. An SME customer, a utility company, was installing a new meter network, comprising 2 million meters, generating far more data than the old meters. The volume of data coming in, and reporting needs, were set to overwhelm their existing, complex, Hadoop-based solution. The answer: replacing 10 different data processing components with a single SingleStore cluster. The result: outstanding performance, scalability for future requirements, the ability to…
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Analytics3 min Read

SME Solutions Group helps institutions manage risks and improve operations, and they’ve chosen SingleStore as a database partner . Their premier services include data analytics and business intelligence (BI) tools integration, areas where SingleStore adds tremendous value. In this webinar , SME Solutions Group describes how they use SingleStore to solve a wide range of problems, including big data and fast data needs for utilities. How SingleStore Fits SME Mike Czabator, a systems engineer…
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Artificial Intelligence6 min Read

Just like IoT, around in various forms for years, AI has been prevalent in nearly every enterprise for decades. The catch? It was hidden inside the databases and data warehouses in use under the banner of Query Optimization. Query optimization is the process where a database or data warehouse takes the input from a user’s question, and reworks that question to deliver a quick response with as few compute resources as possible. The number of query plan choices reach far beyond what a human can…
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Data Warehouse1 min Read

As always-on devices and sensors proliferate, the data emitted from these devices provides meaningful insights to improve customer experiences, optimize costs, and identify new revenue opportunities. In a recent report, Taking the Pulse of Enterprise IoT from McKinsey & Company, 48 percent of respondents cited “managing data” as a critical capability gap related to their IoT initiatives.1 The data infrastructure behind IoT applications requires a high performing and easy-to-access platform to…
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IoT2 min Read

In 1981 the role of Chief Information Officer (CIO) first breaks onto the scene. Today, thirty five years since genesis, the responsibilities of the CIO have radically changed. The original CIO served as senior executive in an enterprise and was responsible for the information technology and computer systems that supported enterprise goals. However, as today’s business needs rapidly change, so too does the role of a modern CIO. Today, CIOs must adapt or they will get left behind with legacy…
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Industry1 min Read

We live in a burgeoning on-demand economy. Services have transcended the physical establishments of restaurants, banks, and shopping malls with universal facilitation by mobile applications. Hordes and hordes of application choices.  And we depend on them daily. It begins with the drop of a pin. Uber arrives at your door several minutes later and off you go to the gym. Now it’s Fitbit’s turn to perform, as it tracks heart rate and chimes gently to let you know workout goals for the day have been…
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In Memory Database3 min Read

The infrastructure of IoT will have a real-time database behind every sensor. Soon every device with a sensor will blend seamlessly into the Internet of Things , from drones to vehicles to wearables. Device and sensor count predictions range from billions to trillions. With this tidal wave of new devices comes an increasing number of new data streams, converging to make instant analytics on real-time data a tenant of any digital transformation. Our penchant for instant gratification extends to…
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Analytics3 min Read

Prediction 1. The industrial internet moves to real-time data pipelines The industrial internet knits together big data, machine learning, and machine-to-machine communications to detect patterns and adjust operations in near real time. Soon the industrial internet will expand by definition to include the Internet of Things. The detection of patterns and insights often comes with a price: time. While the goal of machine learning is to develop models that will prove useful, dealing with large…
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Cloud2 min Read

Software is eating the world! It’s a data explosion! The Internet is now of Things! Scratch that, even better – it is of Everything! Did Big Data just call out IoT on Twitter? Click here to find out. [ 1 ] I kid the Internet. In all seriousness, what a magical time we live in. Moore’s Law means cheap hardware, then next thing you know, Cloud. Internet ubiquity invites the globe to the party. Feats of software engineering that were impossible for nation-states to pull off a decade ago are de…
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IoT2 min Read

As enterprises invest billions of dollars in solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), business leaders seek compelling IoT use cases that tap into new sources of revenue and maximize operational efficiency. At the same time, advancements in data architectures and in-memory computing continue to fuel the IoT fire, enabling organizations to affordably operate at the speed and scale of IoT. In a recent webcast , Matt Aslett, Research Director at 451 Research, shared use cases across six…
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