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BMMsoft EDMT 9.1 on HP’s HP-UX Servers Offers Fully Integrated BI and Big Data

San Francisco, CA, February 12, 2013 --(PR.com)-- BMMsoft Corporation today announced the availability of EDMT® 9.1 on Hewlett Packard’s HP-UX Integrity servers with Itanium processors, including the latest Intel 9500 CPU generation, code-named Poulson. EDMT® 9.1 extends BI, Data Warehouse and ERP system on HP-UX with Big Data for analytics using industry-standard SQL interface, all without the need to build massive and expensive Big Data systems.

Enterprises using HP-UX servers and EDMT® can include Big Data in their existing BI and OLTP systems without the need to build expensive experimental Big Data systems. EDMT® 9 performs real-time data acquisition, indexing, access and cross-analysis of structured data (i.e. database records) and unstructured data such as social networks, emails, documents and multimedia.

“The power of HP-UX servers, Sybase SAP IQ and EDMT® 9, combined with flexible Cloud, On-Premise or Hybrid deployment offers the functionality that enables BI and ERP teams to seamlessly integrate existing data with Big Data – previously available only through expensive development efforts and long deployments,” said Paul Krneta, CTO of BMMsoft. “We have built the World’s Largest Big Data Database (1 Petabyte in size) in 2008 and world’s fastest Big Data loader in 2011, and with EDMT® 9.1 we’ve made that technology available to HP-UX customer base to solve their Big Data problem using enterprise-class technology at well under $10,000 per Terabyte of user data – a fraction of the cost of competitive offerings.”

Social networks, email, SMS, documents, multi-media, web content and database transactions contain critical insight and enable multi-channel analytics, BI reporting, litigations, audit, fraud detection, compliance and forensic analysis. Historically, solutions that can provide such functionality were out of reach of many enterprises who did not have the expertise, large programming teams nor budgets.

“We are excited to have EDMT available on HP-UX. There is a loyal share of the market that is running mission-critical applications successfully on HP-UX” said Vincent Belanger, VP of Information Management at Net Direct Systems, a BMMsoft Partner. “This solution enables organizations to step into the “Big Data and Analytics” space and transform themselves without counter intuitively disrupting highly invested core technologies, skill sets and processes in the act.”

“For organizations undertaking the Volume, Velocity, Variety and Veracity of data, not only can the EDMT solution can handle those needs, it also competes and price points in line with Hadoop based solutions, without the disruption.” continued Belanger.

EDMT 9.1 uses patented parallel ingest processing and proprietary real-time indexing methods to automatically tag, create metadata and ingest an entire data set into EDMT® 9.1 at speeds necessary to handle Big Data by even the largest enterprises. Resulting unified data can then be accessed and analyzed using common reporting, search and visualization tools, as well as advanced enterprise tools such as SAP Business Objects®.

About BMMsoft
Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, BMMsoft is a leading provider of Real-Time Big Data Analytic software that extends BI and Data Warehouse systems with storage, integration, management and analysis of Big Data. Its flagship product, EDMT®, is in use by commercial and government organizations in the United States, Europe and Asia to store, access and analyze very high volumes of structured and unstructured data in a single database to perform most demanding BI and mixed BI-text analytics up to 10,000x faster and at one-tenth the cost of alternative Big Data solutions.

About Net Direct Systems
Net Direct Systems (NDS) is headquartered just outside Raleigh, in Apex, NC with offices throughout the country offering worldwide deployment capabilities and management. Established in 1999, NDS is a woman-owned (WBENC Certification Number 2005117246), IT systems integrator offering innovative, customer-driven solutions and services. We implement enterprise IT systems and networks designed for the Commercial and markets. NDS is listed as one of the Top 500 VARs (Value Added Reseller) in North America according to VARBusiness magazine and recently named to CRN’s Tech Elite 250 list. NDS solution experts have an average of 20+ years experience implementing enterprise IT systems and networks and over 250 technical certifications. Our team has demonstrated proven success implementing complex, mission-critical systems and ongoing services for many leading organizations – from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium businesses.

Contacts
Paul Krneta, CTO, BMMsoft – [email protected]
Vincent Belanger, VP of IM, Net Direct Systems – [email protected]

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