Temis and MarkLogic Collaborate on Big Data Challenges
April 18, 2013
Well, this is quite a surprise. Temis announces, “TEMIS and MarkLogic Strengthen Strategic Alliance.” Semantic content-management firm Temis is partnering with MarkLogic, who boasts of providing the only enterprise NoSQL database in the market, to tackle unstructured data. The press release tells us:
“With new, enhanced integration capabilities, TEMIS’ Luxid® and MarkLogic® Server can now help organizations do more with their content. . . .
“TEMIS’ Luxid® and MarkLogic® Server count many joint customer implementations. Their integration delivers seamless semantic enrichment of data stored in the enterprise NoSQL database with the Luxid® domain-specific and multilingual annotation process. This enables organizations to build powerful Big Data applications, combining content semantics with real-time database agility to make massive volumes of unstructured content easier to exploit.”
Metadata master Temis was Founded in 2000 by some folks with IBM-based text-mining experience under their belts. The company now has offices across Europe and North America. This year, their flagship Luxid Content Enrichment Platform won the Software & Information Industry Association‘sCodie Award for Best Semantic Technology Platform.
With a laser focus on efficient and fruitful databases, MarkLogic is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices around the world. The company was founded in 2001, and has been working beyond the relational database since long before “big data” became a buzzword.
Cynthia Murrell, April 18, 2013