Hewlett Packard Announces the Commercial Availability of HPE Haven OnDemand

By CIOReview | Wednesday, March 16, 2016
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PALO ALTO, CA: Information technology giant, Hewlett Packard, has recently announced HPE Haven OnDemand cloud platform for its general availability. The new platform offers machine learning APIs and services to enable developers, startups and enterprises to build data-rich mobile and enterprise applications.

HPE Haven OnDemand offers more than 60 APIs and services to deliver deep learning analytics on a wide range of data, including text, audio, image, social, web and video and it is available on Microsoft Azure. The new cloud platform has more than 12,750 registered developers. "Organizations have massive quantities of information that can hold insights into business transformation, but harnessing it can be challenging," says Garth Fort, General Manager, Partner and Channel Marketing, Cloud and Enterprise, Microsoft.

HPE offers flexible ‘freemium’ service to enable free development and testing services, and extend the services to a usage and SLA-based commercial pricing model for enterprise class. It provides a wide range of features including advanced text analysis, format conversion, enterprise-search-as-service, image recognition and face detection technology coupled with knowledge graph analysis and speech recognition.

The Advanced Text Analysis extracts the key meaning from language by employing powerful concept extraction capabilities. Format Conversion offers functions to access, extract and convert information with an extensive set of standard file formats and the ability to employ optical character recognition to extract text from an image. HPE Haven Search OnDemand enterprise-search-as-a-service delivers powerful cultivated search across on-premise or cloud data to deliver superior context-sensitive search results. In addition, the Speech Recognition provides advanced neural network technology to transcribe speech to text from video or audio files with support for over 50 languages.

"The software industry is on the cusp of a new era of breakthroughs, driven by machine learning that will power data-driven applications across all facets of life," says Colin Mahony, Senior Vice President and General Manager, HPE Big Data, Hewlett Packard.