Algebraix Data Corporation has announced that its SPARQL Server RDF database successfully executed all 17 of its queries on the SP2 benchmark up to one billion triples on one computer node. Results of this computationally complex testing exceed all others before it.

This interesting information was found on MarketWatch in their article, “Algebraix Data Achieves Unrivaled Semantic Benchmark Performance.”

“Our outstanding SPARQL Server performance is a direct result of the algebraic techniques enabled by our patented Algebraix technology,” said Charlie Silver, CEO of Algebraix Data. “We are investing heavily in the development of SPARQL Server to continue making substantial additional functional, performance and scalability improvements.”

This is achieved with Algebraix Data’s patented, high performance, cloud-based, graph database platform that is powering the semantic computing ecosystem.

Melody K. Smith

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