Autonomy Corporation has unveiled its Meaning Analytics Warehouse, a new module for its Idol data intelligence platform that can perform bulk data analysis and mining by understanding the concepts, context and patterns contained in the information.
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The data that can be handled with the module includes video, voice, e-mail, applications, databases and hundreds of other file types, said the firm.
Mike Lynch, Autonomy CEO, said, “Our philosophy is focused on deriving meaning from the vast amounts of data that resides in organisations and then presenting that data to business intelligence and other key applications to deliver business insight.”
The Meaning Analytics Warehouse module provides insight into information stored in silos across an enterprise by indexing, transforming and analysing this information based on its meaning and relationships.
Autonomy said the module builds on and complements its established Idol platform, which allows enterprises to search and process relevant data in real-time across all data types.
Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline recently signed a deal to standardise on Autonomy’s Idol platform globally for its information processing.
GlaxoSmithKline standardises on Autonomy
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