Cambridge Semantics,  a provider of analytic and data management technology, introduced its Anzo Graph Query Engine and Anzo Smart Data Manager products, which are available as stand-alone products addressing specific big data analytic or data management needs.

Key capabilities of the products are also integrated within Cambridge Semantics’ Anzo Smart Data Lake offering for end-to-end management of data management, data governance, data discovery and analytic needs, the company says.

Anzo Graph Query Engine (Anzo GQE) is a clustered, in-memory graph analytics engine based on open semantic standards, which enables users to develop ad hoc and interactive queries and analytics across large, interconnected rich data sets. Companies can incrementally add compute nodes to address growing amounts of data and to improve performance.

“Semantic-based technologies are the key to making data easily understandable to both humans and computers, enabling data harmonization using common business meanings,” Barry Zane, vice president of engineering at Cambridge Semantics, said in a statement.

Anzo Smart Data Manager (Anzo SDM) allows organizations to create and maintain a single repository of data assets with contextualized information. Using semantic-based mapping tools, business analysts can automatically generate data extractions and transformations.

The capabilities of Anzo GQE and Anzo SDM are designed to benefit any business seeking insight from big data discovery, analysis and data management, including pharmaceuticals and life sciences, financial services, government agencies, and others. The products also serve as contributors to the Anzo Smart Data Lake Platform.

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