HP Subsidiary, Capgemini Form Big Data Analytics Team; Colin Mahony Comments

Vertica, a Hewlett-Packard company, is partnering with Capgemini to deliver big data services with the goal of addressing customer demand for real-time data analytics.

The two companies said they also plan to help companies utilize web and social media data and will offer predictive maintenance services for storing data.

“Organizations struggle with turning massive amounts of structured, semistructured and unstructured data into business insights, cost effectively and in near real time,” said Colin Mahony, Vertica senior vice president and general manager.

According to the release, organizations that will receive the predictive services include those in the communications, transportation, manufacturing and energy sectors.

The companies said data includes images and data from social media, mobile devices and cameras.

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