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Woah there Dot Hill, that's one seriously fat sales boom

A five year slump is over and high-end SAN maker Dot Hill is back after posting monster fourth-quarter revenues. Full year revenues still have a way to go, though, before the firm beats its 2010 high point. $69.1m was the revenue number for the fourth 2014 quarter, 17.5 per cent up on the $58.8m recorded a year ago, and 5.6 …
Chris Mellor, 9 Mar 2015
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Teradata gobbles up data squasher RainStor

Teradata has bought RainStor, the deduping database supplier and Hadoop convert. RainStor specializes in archiving and two years ago put its analytics engine and enterprise database on Hadoop, the Google-inspired big-data cruncher. Financial terms of the deal for the privately held RainStor were not revealed. Teradata called …
Gavin Clarke, 18 Dec 2014

Beyond the genome: YOU'VE BEEN DECODED, again

Most people have heard of the human genome project (HGP), few have yet heard of the human proteome project (HPP) but it is going to transform your life in a far more fundamental way than the HGP never did. The human genome project was completed in April 2003 - we are currently the only species known to have deciphered its own …
Mark Whitehorn, 28 Nov 2014
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Fruit of the Loom: Teradata ladles out free bowls of Hadoop data soup-strainer

As of Thursday, Teradata is giving out free dollops of big-data analytics for Hadoop, via the latest release of its recently purchased Loom tool. The data warehouse giant is expected to release Loom 2.3, updating the data-provenance and metadata suite it bought in July from Revelytix. Loom is used to prep data coming into BI …
Gavin Clarke, 9 Oct 2014

High-end SAN peddler Dot Hill delivers profit – market says 'meh'

Three consecutive quarters of profit and a full year profit after seven years of losses: Dot Hill is looking good and CEO Dana Kammersgard can breathe more easily. Fourth quarter 2013 revenues were $58.8m, up sequentially from the prior quarter's $52.6m and even more than the year-ago quarter's $44.1m; it's up 29 per cent, in …
Chris Mellor, 7 Mar 2014
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Back to black: Dot Hill climbs out of the dot hole

Storage systems maker Dot Hill is making the most of the economic recovery, slipping back into the black after posting seven-figure losses a year ago. The company announced its Q3 2013 results with a small $1.8m profit for the second quarter in a row. Revenues were $52.6m, compared to $48.2m a year ago and $50.7m in the …
Chris Mellor, 11 Nov 2013
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Loads of mis-sold PPI, but WHO will claim? This man's paid to find out

Feature When the opening line of a conversation starts, “I read an interesting number the other day”, it’s fairly safe to assume that you’re talking to someone whose business it is to know about "interesting numbers". Perhaps unsurprisingly, these words were uttered by an economist whose ability to find god gold in the numbers is the …
Bob Dormon, 27 Aug 2013
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US sales rebound for Teradata as customers run out of capacity

Business starting cooling off in the United States for data warehouse appliance maker Teradata in the third quarter last year, and now it is starting to pick up again as companies need to add more capacity to their systems. Teradata now thinks it can hit the low-end of its revenue guidance for all of 2013, something that was not …
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Teradata boosts DRAM on appliances for in-memory queries

If it were as simple as adding more main memory to a server to crank up the performance of a parallel database, Teradata would have done it by now. But with memory capacities going up on x86 servers and memory prices coming down, now is the time to add more in-memory processing to data warehouse appliances – and that is …
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Teradata cranks appliance iron, adopts InfiniBand as cluster backbone

Another database and data warehousing vendor has adopted InfiniBand as its backbone for data transmission. While upgrading the x86 iron inside its Active Enterprise Data Warehouse appliance and rolling out a new data mart server, Teradata said it was ditching its proprietary networking hardware and moving its homegrown Bynet …
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Teradata buffs Hadoop for the biz intelligence masses

Teradata has polished Apache’s Hadoop Big Data framework for business intelligence and added new tools for quicker and easier querying of massed data. The data warehousing and BI giant has released Teradata Enterprise Access for Hadoop, which includes two new features: Smart Loader for Hadoop and its trademarked SQL-H. …
Gavin Clarke, 16 Apr 2013
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Amazon opens Redshift data warehouse to Joe Public

Amazon's Redshift cloudy data warehousing service is now available for general consumption after a trial among blessed customers. The pay-as-you-go technology, which scales from around 200GB into the petabyte range, represents a direct threat to the warehousing divisions of IBM, Oracle, Teradata, and EMC (Greenplum). Redshift …
Jack Clark, 15 Feb 2013
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Teradata rides big data wave in Q4, does better than expected

Systems vendor Teradata is riding the twin waves of traditional data warehousing and new-fangled big data munching, and is doing a pretty good job positioning itself to stay relevant in an increasingly Hadoopy world.  The company just turned in better numbers for the fourth quarter than Wall Street expected, but then Wall …
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Teradata customers plead: 'Stop, we can't buy any more stuff!'

Data warehousing pioneer Teradata has grown in leaps and bounds during the past two and a half years. However the database biz took a little pause for breath in the third quarter of 2012, causing it to come up at the low end of its guidance range for revenues and profits - and coming in shy of Wall Street's expectations. In …
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Teradata forges upgraded Aster, data warehouse appliances

Data warehousing and analytics pioneer Teradata has managed to keep rivals IBM, Oracle, and EMC/Greenplum at bay through product evolution and acquisitions, and is taking the wraps off upgraded versions of its eponymous data warehouse and Aster analytics appliance to keep its share of the big data turf it helped plant decades …
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Teradata hitches Aster hybrid database to Hadoop

Hadoop World 2012 Like everyone else in the business analytics racket, Teradata has to come up with ways to integrate its products with batch-style Hadoop data munchers. The company partnered with Hadoop distie Cloudera in September 2010 to create a pipe between Hadoop clusters and Teradata data warehouses, and now Teradata is providing a little …
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Data warehouse sales soar in Q1 for Teradata

If you were wondering if all this yammering about big data is real, data warehousing pioneer Teradata has just turned in the best first quarter in its history and the best quarter for product growth that the company has ever had. So at least as far as Teradata is concerned, big data is big business. With the Petadata not …
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Teradata gobbles eCircle to biggen digi-marketing message blast

Data warehousing giant Teradata has been building up its application portfolio ahead of its acquisition of Aprimo in late 2010, and now it is fleshing out its app stack by snapping up eCircle, the largest provider of digital messaging software in Europe. The financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed. eCircle is …

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