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The latest software release of BaseN Platform adds unprecedented Big Data processing capabilities for large-scale infrastructure providers. Current deployment at a production customer environment has hit analyzing capabilities of over 100 million events per second running on commodity computing hardware.
The cost of the computing hardware for this environment is below 100.000 Euros, resulting in a processing cost of 1.000 events per second for one Euro (there are about 2.5 million seconds in a month). BaseN Platform scales near linearly and is a result of over 10 years of development.
“We have customers with over a trillion measurements taken annually, so the speed improvement is a welcomed enhancement” says Niilo Neuvo, CTO of BaseN Corporation. “Analysis that traditional systems treat as batch reporting runs can be produced on the Platform in a matter of seconds. We believe that the new high performance, end-user scriptable analysis capabilities are a breakthrough in the field of large data analysis.”
BaseN is an international platform provider, headquartered in Finland and operating around the globe, dedicated to Very Big Data infrastructure monitoring and management. Founded in 2001, BaseN provides new ways to capture, process and visualize enormous amounts of information in real-time – which can help businesses in various industries improve what they do, and how they do it.
BaseN’s industrial-strength Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) suite sets the standard for the measurement, monitoring, storage, analysis, display, reporting and control of information in public and private infrastructures – around the globe. The BaseN Platform, powered by advanced grid computing technologies, provides customers of all sizes with an extraordinarily reliable and cost-effective operating environment.
For more information, please contact:
Anders Viden, VP of Product Management, BaseN Corporation, phone: +1 408 524 3188, firstname.lastname@example.org
Pasi Hurri, President and CEO, BaseN Corporation, phone: +358 40 530 1576,