SAP NS2, Altamira Form Big Data Analytics Partnership

cyberspace, data transferA U.S.-based subsidiary of SAP and Altamira Technologies have forged an alliance to combine their big data analytics platforms into a joint offering as the companies seek help clients discover relationships in their data.

Altamira said Friday it will incorporate SAP's in-memory database and computation engine HANA with the former company’s LUMIFY big data fusion, analytic and visualization platform.

LUMIFY is designed to help customers use two- and three-dimensional visualizations, search, histograms, geospatial views and workspaces to analyze data.

“The excellent synergy between Altamira and NS2 has provided a solid foundation for creating a world-class analysis and visualization solution,“ said Ron Police, a senior vice president at SAP NS2, or SAP National Security Solutions.

Combined with SAP HANA, LUMIFY will work to fuse and retrieve data from different sources such as sensors and open source information.

You may also be interested in...

Northrop Grumman

Air Force Reserve, ANG Field Full-Color Configuration of Northrop-Made Targeting Pod

The Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard has deployed a Northrop Grumman-built advanced targeting pod capable of providing F-16 aircraft pilots with full-color digital video for situational awareness and targeting accuracy. The company said Tuesday the Litening pod features a modular design that allows users to update the pod into the new full-color configuration.

Gibbs & Cox

Gibbs & Cox to Help Navy Warfare Center Maintain Ship Tech

The U.S. Navy has selected Gibbs & Cox to provide maintenance support services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Philadelphia under a potential five-year, $20 million contract. Work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity will support the center's materials, structures, environmental and protection department, the company said Tuesday.

Jennifer Swindell SVP and GM Perspecta

Perspecta Lands Spot on DHS’ $700M Multiaward BPA for Investigative Services; Jennifer Swindell Quoted

Perspecta has secured a spot on a $700 million multiaward blanket purchase agreement with the Department of Homeland Security to help it conduct national security and background investigations. The company said Tuesday it offers a full range of services that agencies can use for detection, investigation and reduction of mission risks.