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A Question of Degree: Thoughts from the In-Memory Computing Summit

Thursday, June 16, 2016

VoltDB was a sponsor of the recent In-Memory Computing Summit in San Francisco. I always enjoy going back to San Francisco. I stayed at a cool flat on Nob Hill and the show was enjoyable and productive - we had some great conversations with attendees and even other sponsors there. The frustration came when I heard other vendors saying some things that were either misleading or just plain wrong. I don't know if they were intentional, but I thought I would try to achieve some inner peace by ranting here.


One of the great things about the IMC Summit was the high level of technical sophistication

Disrupters Use Fast Data to Create Advantage - So Can You

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

The overwhelming availability of fast data, the datafication of humanity, is igniting a new era of innovation and reshaping industries. Volumes of data are pouring into enterprises, drowning them in the details about their customers, their products, and their networks.


Market disrupters have figured out how to harness this inflow of data to create business value, the minute (or more precisely, the millisecond) it enters the enterprise.

Openet uses fast data to drive down TCO and support mobile data in real-time

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Openet, a leading independent supplier of real-time business support systems (BSS), ensures that more than 600 million mobile telecommunications users around the world enjoy the best network and data experience while enabling mobile operators to monetize data use in real-time.


In late 2012, Openet began evaluating potential replacements for its database infrastructure, primarily to drive down the TCO of its applications and solutions and to better support the real-time demands of mobile data.


They selected VoltDB.


VoltDB is able to provide a higher performance, in-memory database that could

VoltDB inks deal with Flipkart, India’s largest online marketplace

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

When you believe in the product or service you’re selling, magic happens. For VoltDB, the latest bit of magic is being selected by Flipkart, India's largest online marketplace. Flipkart chose VoltDB, an in-memory SQL database, to horizontally scale its real-time order management system, a multi-tier architecture designed to handle scale and ACID transactionality in different tiers. With VoltDB, the new architecture will provide a unified relational view of the data from a single platform.


Flipkart offers more than 30 million products across 70+ different categories.