By Joy Chao | March 27, 2017
The Mercury News wrote about Neo Technology in an article today. They conducted an interview with CEO Emil Eifrem to explain how smaller startups handle big data. See excerpt below:
Delivering an eBay order in under 30 minutes, mining 11 million financial documents for evidence of illegal activity, helping humans reach Mars more quickly — three seemingly unrelated feats made possible using a new data analysis tool that is sweeping Silicon Valley.
Forget spreadsheets. It’s all about graph databases, which map information using an intricate web of connections between data points. Looking at data that way, an idea popularized by industry leaders like Facebook and Google, lets users spot relationships that otherwise might be missed. Experts say it is helping revolutionize the field of data as the world is flooded with more information than ever before.
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