Ryft Open API Library Extends Batch and Streaming Analysis to Existing Big Data Environments

Ryft announced the availability of the Ryft Open API Library, expanding the company’s Ryft ONE high-performance data analysis capabilities into existing big data environments. Developers can now invoke or extend the Ryft Open API to add hardware-driven acceleration to applications that demand real-time intelligence from all types of batch and streaming data. Now, Ryft combines […] Read More

Deriving Real Time Value from Big Data

Everyone has heard the old adage that time is money. In today’s society, business moves at the speed of making a phone call, looking something up online via your cell phone, or posting a tweet. So, when time is money (and can be a lot of money), why are businesses okay with waiting weeks or […] Read More

Ryft announces Open API Library

Data analysis company Ryft has released the Open API Library for high-performance data analysis on its Ryft ONE platform in existing Big Data environments. The Open API Library allows developers to integrate Ryft’s data analysis platform capabilities for real-time BI to all types of batch and streaming data. Ryft ONE uses hardware-driven acceleration to speed […] Read More

Intel finds a new partner for FPGA processors in eASIC

Parallel processing is designed for repetitive tasks, like string or image pattern matching. Microsoft Bing and China’s Baidu use FPGAs in their respective search engines to speed up searching. Google might, too, but it’s highly secretive about these things. A few months back, a company called Ryft hit the market with a massively parallel processing […] Read More

Ryft to Present and Exhibit at HPC User Forum

Ryft announced today the company will present and exhibit at the HPC User Forum in Norfolk, Virginia, April 13-15, 2015. Ryft will show how organizations can accelerate powerful big data analytics performance to 100X faster than the fastest alternatives. Pat McGarry, Ryft’s vice president of engineering, will also present to attendees on how organizations can […] Read More

Emerging FPGA Analytics Market Delivers New Packages

Further, the addition of FPGAs, while adding performance for specific problems, adds additional programming complexity, With this in mind, it’s not difficult to imagine building a supercomputer from these FPGAs, but according to Patrick McGarry, VP of engineering at FPGA-based data analytics server maker, Ryft, one of the main goals is to move away from […] Read More

Ryft Offers High-Speed Big Data in Proprietary Box

Move over, Apache Spark and other Big Data speed kings, Ryft Systems Inc. is claiming to be the new top dog for fast analytics of huge amounts of data. Ryft is eschewing common x86 cluster-based Big Data analytic approaches in favor of its Ryft ONE, a proprietary, small-footprint box combining new-age technologies and techniques designed […] Read More

Ryft Systems Puts Real-Time Analytics of Big Data an API Call Away

Accessing analytics of any type has always been a complex endeavor. But starting this week, Ryft Systems wants to make real-time analytics running on a 1u server built using field programmable gate array (FPGAs) a single application programming interface (API) call away. Obviously, not every analytics application needs to be processed in real time. But […] Read More

Ryft Launches 1U Analytics Platform Capable of 10+ Gigabytes/Second Performance

According to a new article out of the company, “Ryft today unveiled the Ryft ONE, the only commercial 1U platform capable of providing fast and actionable business insights by simultaneously analyzing up to 48 terabytes of historical and streaming data at an unprecedented 10 gigabytes/second or faster. Powered by the Ryft Analytics Cortex, a new […] Read More

Ryft ONE Analyzes Big Data in Rack-Mount Device

The Linux-based device is 1U, which means that it will fit in one standard slot in a server rack. Ryft claims that the Ryft ONE can analyze the entire contents of Wikipedia in about 4.5 seconds while using less power than a hair dryer. It can also analyze SSL-encrypted data without a noticeable drop-off in […] Read More