Kinetica opens Melbourne office

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Wednesday, 23 October, 2019

Kinetica opens Melbourne office

Active analytics platform Kinetica has expanded to Australia and New Zealand by opening a new office in Melbourne.

The company plans to use its new regional offices in the Australia and New Zealand region to capitalise on the triple-digit growth it has experienced in the Asia–Pacific and Japan region.

Kinetica has already secured businesses with customers in the region including Indonesia’s Telkomsel and digital payments platform OVO, as well as Japan’s Softbank.

The Kinetica Active Analytics Platform combines historical data analytics, streaming data analytics, location intelligence, and AI and machine learning powered predictive analytics.

The platform operates in a distributed, in-memory, GPU-accelerated database that utilises a combination of CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs.

“Government agencies and enterprises across Australia and New Zealand are primed for applying active analytics,” Kinetica CEO Paul Appleby said.

“The region has more than its share of nimble early adopters ready to use NVIDIA GPUs to speed business growth and optimise efficiency.”

“This expansion in Australia and New Zealand comes at an opportune time as the region, known for digital disruption and rapid progress, angles to take full advantage of data technologies including AI and machine learning,” added Kinetica President for Asia–Pacific Stuart Fisher.

“Our new regional offices in Australia will be critical to expanding Kinetica’s capabilities into new markets and will support the continued momentum we’ve seen throughout the region, including Singapore and Indonesia.”

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