Jason Beck in Industry News on December 4, 2012
by Eric Smalley
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When it comes to extracting valuable information from vast seas of unstructured data, the U.S. government’s intelligence services have been there, done that.
Now the vendors that supply data analytics tools to the government are bringing their expertise to the commercial sector as big data becomes established in the business world. The analytics used by the government can provide a big competitive advantage for [...]
Dave Danielson in Press Release on April 26, 2011
Digital Reasoning Augments Government Expertise and Presence in Beltway
Arlington, VA and Nashville, TN – April 26, 2011 –Digital Reasoning™, the leader in complex, large scale unstructured data analytics, today announced that is has opened a new office in Arlington, VA and added two highly experienced executives to its leadership team to accelerate growth in the government market. Eric von Eckartsberg joins Digital Reasoning as Vice President of Sales and Dave Danielson joins as Vice President of Marketing. The new [...]
Dave Danielson in Company News
, Press Release on March 15, 2011
Distributed System of Intelligent Software Agents for Discovering the Meaning of Text
FRANKLIN, Tenn.– March 15, 2011 –Digital Reasoning™, the leader in complex, large scale unstructured data analytics, today announced it has been issued United States patent #7,882,055 for its distributed system of intelligent software agents for discovering the meaning in text.
The pioneering invention entails intelligent software agents that extract meaning from text as humans do – by analyzing concepts and entities in context. The software learns as it [...]
Dave Danielson in Press Release on February 16, 2011
Entity Oriented Analytics leader solves the problem of highly scalable data analytics challenges
FRANKLIN, Tenn.–(Business Wire – Feb 16, 2011) –Digital Reasoning™, the leader in complex, large scale unstructured data analytics, today announced a strategic investment, licensing, and development agreement from In-Q-Tel (IQT), the investment firm that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community. The transaction will make Digital Reasoning’s technology available for use within the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Digital Reasoning analytics software is [...]
Dave Danielson in Media on February 6, 2011
Synthesys is a “big data” analytics solution that automatically “reads” text, transforming it into a “network” or underlying facts, connections and associations.
You can also view our Synthesys® Demo here
Dave Danielson in Blog on March 30, 2011
Digital Reasoning has been working with Cloudera for some time but the two companies have formally announced a partnership agreement. Synthesys, our flagship product for text analytics, has supported Cloudera’s distribution of Apache Hadoop since the fall. The Synthesys 3.0 announcement referenced our support of CDH3. Synthesys is now adding Hbase support in our upcoming April release along with a number of additional capabilities. The Digital Reasoning – Cloudera press release can be found by clicking here.
“Our work with [...]
Dave Danielson in Blog on November 9, 2010
Site to focus on challenges of getting intelligent info from “Big Data”
We’re excited about Monday’s announcement from Steve Arnold that he has launched a new site called Inteltrax (http://inteltrax.com/). Steve Arnold is the well-known search and technology analyst who has been conveying his opinions, advice and reviews on Beyond Search for some time. As Steve explains the reason for the name “Inteltrax” is: “The “intel” in our name refers to the systems, often nurtured in the traditional data mining and text [...]
Dave Danielson in Blog on October 14, 2010
Matthew Russell, VP Engineering at Digital Reasoning is interviewed after his presentation at OSCON 2010
Rob Metcalf in Blog on April 13, 2010
In this month’s Wired magazine, Stephen Johnson writes: “The tablet may turn out to be the final stage of an extraordinary era of textual innovation.” (http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/03/ff_tablet_essays#johnson)
Johnson’s point is that the small digital footprint of text and nearly infinite computing power of the PC (and now the iPad), means that it’s now only the copyholders that prevent instant access to everything every written, and thus the end of an era.
I disagree. I think we’re just getting started.
It’s true [...]