Algebraix Data Corporation today announced its SPARQL Server(TM) RDF database successfully executed all 17 of its queries on the SP2 benchmark up to one billion triples on one computer node. The SP2 benchmark is the most computationally complex for testing SPARQL performance and no other vendor has reported results for all queries on data sizes above five million triples.
Furthermore, SPARQL Server demonstrated linear performance in total SP2Bench query time on data sets from one million to one billion triples. These latest dramatic results are made possible by algebraic optimization techniques that maximize computing resource utilization.
“Our outstanding SPARQL Server performance is a direct result of the algebraic techniques enabled by our patented Algebraix technology,” said Charlie Silver, CEO of Algebraix Data. “We are investing heavily in the development of SPARQL Server to continue making substantial additional functional, performance and scalability improvements.”
About Algebraix Data Corporation
Algebraix Data’s patented, high performance, cloud-based, graph database platform is powering the next generation semantic computing ecosystem. Algebraix’s first application of the technology will significantly increase traffic and conversion rates for ecommerce retailers. Later this year, the Algebraix Data graph database platform will be opened to application providers. For more information, please visit www.algebraixdata.com
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