June 26, 2013
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 26 -- Impetus Technologies, a Big Data thought leader and software services and solutions company, recently participated in the Cloud Expo in New York as speakers and exhibitor. The expo remains a major platform of interaction for C-level executives involved in cloud computing, big data, and data analysis.
Pankaj Mittal, CTO, Impetus, reiterated the company's thought leadership in the cloud domain by exchanging views with eminent speakers in a power panel discussion. Mittal shared the stage with senior leaders from Appcore, Dell, IBM, and SOA, brainstorming with them on the topic, 'Has Cloud Computing Changed IT for the Better?' The panel addressed the issues and challenges surrounding cloud computing, focusing on the future of cloud.
Throwing light on the subject, Pankaj Mittal said, "The future is about the data people need being available, right at the moment of need. It is about technology supplying proactive insights and answers."
Impetus was additionally represented at the expo by Sanjay Sharma, Principal Architect, who led a special session on 'Building a Real Time Analytics Platform on Big Data in the Cloud.'
Impetus is focused on cloud, Mobile, and big data services, creating new ways of analyzing data for businesses in order for them to gain key business insights across their entire enterprise. Impetus provides big data consulting services for organizations operating in verticals such as healthcare, finance, media, telecom, and manufacturing and technology. Impetus' experience extends across the big data ecosystem including Hadoop, NoSQL, NewSQL, MPP databases, machine learning and visualization. Impetus offers a quick start program, architecture advisory services, proof of concept, and implementation services to clients in this realm.
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