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Skytree Announces Infinity(TM), the Enterprise Machine Learning Platform for Big Data

Skytree Introduces Next-Generation Machine Learning for Easier Data Transformation and Interoperability; Extends Partnerships With Hortonworks, MapR and Cloudera

SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/10/14 -- Skytree®, The Machine Learning Company™, today announced Skytree Infinity™, the industry's first enterprise machine learning platform built to easily derive actionable, predictive intelligence from Big Data. Powered by Skytree's best-in-class machine learning technology, Skytree Infinity incorporates major architectural enhancements including integrations with Spark and YARN for more interoperable, scalable and accurate advanced analytic solutions. Along with the launch of the improved machine-learning platform, Skytree is also extending its partnerships with Hortonworks®, MapR® and Cloudera®.

"Since our founding days, Skytree has been dedicated to driving the advanced analytics industry for Big Data by providing our customers with the best machine learning-based solutions," said Martin Hack, CEO and co-founder of Skytree. "Skytree Infinity represents a major step in the improvement of our core technology toward a seamless integration within the big data ecosystem."

Skytree allows any enterprise to easily access highly optimized, distributed algorithms and the benefits of machine learning on Big Data. The new Skytree Infinity platform enhances this business-critical function, making it easier than ever for enterprises to glean actionable insights from large data sets.

Skytree Infinity improves the data science lifecycle with major developments in:

  • Data preparation - transform, clean, learn with predefined transforms
  • Data modeling - train, tune, test, all in one step
  • Powerful algorithms - unprecedented speed, scale and accuracy
  • Platform - enterprise ready with YARN, Spark and Hadoop integration
  • Data science integration - Python / Java™ SDK programmable API

In addition, Skytree announced that it is expanding its relationships with Hortonworks, MapR and Cloudera to better address the needs of customers working with Apache Spark. Building on its current combined offerings with these industry-leading companies, the Skytree Infinity platform will allow organizations to run Skytree software on existing clusters without moving data.

Skytree is actively working with customers in key industries, including financial services, government, asset intensive and retail, providing support in business-critical functions such as fraud detection, churn analysis, predictive maintenance, next logical product and scoring.

To learn more about Skytree Infinity and its partnerships with Hortonworks, MapR and Cloudera, please visit: http://www.skytree.net/

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About Skytree
Skytree® - The Machine Learning Company® is disrupting the advanced analytics market with a machine learning platform that gives organizations the power to discover deep analytic insights, predict future trends, make recommendations and reveal untapped markets and customers. Advanced analytics is quickly becoming a strategic technology in the age of Big Data. Backed by investments from US Venture Partners, Javelin Venture Partners, Samsung, UPS and In-Q-Tel, Skytree is at the forefront with enterprise-grade machine learning.

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