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HSBC goes to Teradata to improve data management

Antony Savvas

HSBC Bank has signed an agreement with Teradata to improve its data management capabilities.

The bank will re-deploy its UK bank data warehouse on Teradata's latest 5550 server technology and Teradata 12 RDBMS database systems.

The agreement marks the beginning of the latest phase of HSBC's development of its business intelligence strategy, to allow it to manage risk more easily, compliance and the rapid growth in data volumes.

Teradata will work with strategic partner Capgemini over the coming months to deliver a system which HSBC says will improve on its existing data management capabilities.

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