January 14, 2011
WALLDORF, Germany, January 14, 2011 -- fluid Operations (fluidOps), a leader in cloud computing and semantic technologies, and HIGHFLEET, a software product and solutions firm for semantic data integration and ontology-based deductive databases, today announced the beginning of a long term cooperation in the field of information management.
Dr. Andreas Eberhart, Managing Director at fluid Operations emphasizes the value of this partnership: "By combining HIGHFLEET’s ontology-based deductive databases with fluidOps’ open platform for intelligent information management, Information Workbench™, customers receive systems that not only efficiently answer high-value queries but enable extensive visual exploration."
fluidOps’ Information Workbench provides a flexible and extensible widget-based user interface for integrating and connecting data from different sources and uses novel interaction paradigms to search, visualize and explore interrelationships of data. "Users will especially benefit from the capabilities for visual exploration of associated data delivered through Information Workbench," states, Michael Davis, President and CEO of HIGHFLEET.
"Together with HIGHFLEET’s mature software with unparalleled performance in its deductive databases and semantic federation solution, users are now able to get the answers they really want and avoid expensive, brittle, heavy weight applications that struggle to get value from traditional information systems," states Dr. Eberhart, fluid Operations.
About HIGHFLEET & FLUID OPERATIONS:
HIGHFLEET has over 10 years experience providing semantic technology based software to customers in U.S. Department of Defense organizations and a broad range of corporate customers in the U.S., Canada and United Kingdom. http://www.highfleet.com.
FLUID OPERATIONS is a young company headquartered in Walldorf, Germany, that provides innovative management software for complex, fully virtualized enterprise application environments. This includes the creation of a flexible cloud infrastructure, the development of semantic technologies, the rapid provisioning of enterprise application landscapes through a self-service portal as Landscape as a Service (LaaS)™, as well as the automated handling of the daily operations of a private or public eCloud. www.fluidOps.com.
Source: Fluid Operations
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