Author: Stef van den Elzen TensorFlow is an open source software library for numerical computation using data flow graphs. This project is originally developed by the Google Brain team and recently made open source. Enough reason to experiment with this. Due to the flexible architecture we can use this not only for deep learning but […]
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Author: Jorik Blaas Let’s start by introducing the three key components: SynerScope is a deeply interactive any-data visual analytics platform for Big Data sense-making. Apache Spark is a lightning fast framework for in-memory analytics on Big Data. IBM Power8 is a high-bandwidth low-latency scaleable hardware architecture for diverse workloads. In a world where the speed […]
We are thrilled to announce the certification of SynerScope on Hortonworks data platform! As of now Hadoop based data can be accessed directly from SynerScope.
Author: Jorik Blaas Google Cloud Dataproc is the latest publicly accessible beta product in the Google Cloud Platform portfolio, giving users access to managed Hadoop and Apache Spark for at-scale analytics. In real-life, many datasets are in a format that you cannot easily deal with directly. Patents are a typical example, they mix textual documents […]
SynerScope is a High-Tech Dutch software company, founded in 2011 as a spin-off of Eindhoven University. The company focuses on developing techniques and products to process big amounts of complex data faster than traditional solutions. Resulting in easy to use, affordable and highly effective technology. In order to support you when you need data the most, to take important management strategic or daily operational decisions, or to show you new strategic business opportunities at one glance.
The company currently employs 27 people that deliver next-generation data platform solutions Ixiwa and Iximeer.
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