VoltDB Intros New Architecture to Drive Better Monetization of Real-time Data

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VoltDB announced what it claims as the industry's first Smart Stream Processing Architecture to support fast data strategies at the edge.

Headquartered in the US, VoltDB is a leading provide of in-memory database for modern applications requring an unprecedented combination of data scale, volume, and accuracy. 

The new approach simplifies the data processing architecture by reducing the three disparate functions for ingestion, processing and storage down to a single unified layer, with fully ACID serializable transactions, says VoltDB. Decreasing latency and architecture complexity empowers organizations to deliver value more quickly and intelligently by analyzing and acting on incoming data to drive better monetization of their real-time data which is being accelerated by 5G, artificial intelligence and machine learning trends. 

5G will only increase the data volume and speed needs that are already putting pressure on traditional data architecture. Companies need to manage this unprecedented increase in data traffic not just to ingest, but to also drive actions by making intelligent, dynamic decisions across multiple streams of data. 

David Flower, CEO, VoltDB
Fast streaming data needs to apply machine learning insights with higher agility for mission critical applications. These applications demand lower latencies that have created a confluence of forces that render the existing data processing options insufficient.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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