Ryft's New Launch Accelerates Petabyte-Scale Big Data Analysis, Sets New Performance Standard
ROCKVILLE, Md. – Ryft, a big data analytics solution company, recently introduced ‘Ryft ONE Cluster—highest-performing and most effective method to overhaul data center architectures for petabyte-scale big data analytics. The new Ryft ONE Cluster is built on the speed and efficiency of the Ryft ONE appliance enabling service providers to deliver high value and performance. Customers using this service can avail the need of unlocking fast, relevant insights from any type of data.
Today, increase in competitiveness among service providers is leading them to search for various ways to differentiate. Performance of complex workloads viz. fuzzy search and machine learning, as well as image, video, cyber security and IoT data analysis has become a critical step to improve the slow or sometimes nonextant. Combined with Hybrid FPGA/x86 and a business-centric open API, Ryft ONE Cluster sophisticates data analytics infrastructures through computed architecture to accelerate and streamline existing big data ecosystems by 100X while reducing costs by 70 percent.
The new Ryft ONE Cluster can scale data analysis performance and storage linearly and with high availability to extinguish the reliance on inefficient and costly server farms. It also has ability to streamline data analytics deployments by operating either as part of an existing Apache Spark or other big data ecosystem or as a stand-alone cluster of Ryft ONEs. Hurrying analytics to 200+ GB/second without bringing in any added complexness or time-consuming ETL and indexing bottlenecks is one remarkable achievement.
With the industry's highest performance per Watt and smallest footprint, Ryft ONE simplifies administration to manage clusters, while also providing easy and automated multi-tenant analytics services.
"Game-changing performance, reliability and efficiency are absolutely vital to service providers that are competing to provide differentiated services to their customers," said Des Wilson, CEO, Ryft. "Ryft's hybrid FPGA/x86 compute engine delivers the highest performance on the market and the ability to easily scale to petabyte levels, dramatically reducing the time, effort and cost of performing data-intensive tasks. Being able to do more with more types of data in a smaller hardware appliance brings significant cost savings and operational improvements at a very competitive time."
Slashing operating costs by almost 70 percent, the Ryft ONE Cluster comes up as a cost-effective solution for modernizing data analytics architectures in the data center.
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