SAN FRANCISCO – Kinetica, provider of the world’s fastest GPU-accelerated analytics database, today announced its senior executives will speak about advanced analytics for portfolio management, GPU-accelerated databases and location-based analytics at upcoming industry conferences including NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference and Newsweek AI & Data Science Capital Markets. Additionally, Kinetica will co-host two webinars with research firms 451 Research and CITO Research.
Details of upcoming conference presentations include:
GPU Technology Conference
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is the world’s most important event series for GPU developers. GTC provides attendees with unparalleled AI training, industry insights, and direct access to NVIDIA and industry experts.
When: Thursday, November 2 at 4:30 PM
Where: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.
What: Kinetica CEO and Cofounder Amit Vij will present a session titled, “Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning with Geospatial Data: A World of Possibilities.” Kinetica will also exhibit at the conference in Booth 502.
Newsweek AI & Data Science in Capital Markets
Newsweek’s AI and Data Science in Capital Markets event will bring together the best minds in quantitative finance and data science to discuss how advanced computing, when applied to vast and varied datasets, can help predict the price of financial instruments.
When: Thursday, December 7 at 10:00 AM and 10:30 AM
Where: The National Museum of the American Indian–New York, NYC
What: Mate Radalj, vice president and principal software engineer, Kinetica, will present, “GPU-enabled XVA pricing and risk calculations for advanced portfolio management.” Following his session, he will join a 10:30 am panel titled, “Deep portfolio management.”
Details of upcoming webinars, include:
451 Research / Kinetica Webinar
Got server sprawl? It’s not unusual to see 300-node Spark or NoSQL clusters to meet the compute needs of modern business. Join Kinetica and 451 Research for a discussion on how databases built for parallelism with GPUs are changing this.
When: Wednesday, November 1 at 1:00 PM ET
Where: Register here
What: Matt Aslett, research director, Data Platforms & Analytics at 451 Research, and Dipti Borkar, VP product marketing at Kinetica, will present, “Powering real-time big data analytics with a next-gen GPU database”.
CITO Research / Kinetica Webinar
Join the CTO and Editor of CITO Research and Forbes contributor Dan Woods for an illuminating webinar about how GPUs can handle the quantity, speed, and diversity of data, and merge these disparate streams into a single database. This results in huge performance boosts for companies and gives them the ability to integrate BI and AI.
When: Thursday, November 9 at 10:00 AM PT
Where: Register here
What: Dan Woods, CTO and Editor, CITO Research, will present, “Explaining GPUs to your CEO: The Power of Productization.”
Additionally, Kinetica can be found at Quant World in Toronto, Canada on November 9; Big Data London on November 15-16; CDO Executive Summit on November 15 in Chicago, IL and November 30 in Dallas, TX; AWS-reINVENT during the week of November 27 in Las Vegas, NV; Strata Data Conference on December 5–7 in Singapore; and at TDWI Orlando Conference December 3–8.
Headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., Kinetica is the provider of the only GPU database to combine data warehouse, advanced analytics, visualizations, and is optimized for running machine learning and deep learning models. With Kinetica, users can simultaneously ingest, explore, analyze and visualize fast-moving, complex data within milliseconds to make critical decisions and find efficiencies, lower cost, generate new revenue and improve customer experience. Customers in verticals such as financial services, retail, healthcare, utilities and public sector use Kinetica for fast OLAP, convergence of AI and BI, and geospatial analytics. Amazon, Cisco, Dell, Google, HP, IBM, Microsoft, NVIDIA and Tableau are part of the Kinetica ecosystem of cloud, hardware, server and software partners. Investors include Canvas Ventures, Citi Ventures, GreatPoint Ventures, and Meritech Capital Partners. Learn more at www.kinetica.com.