Karmasphere Founder Martin Hall To Speak At EMC Data Scientist Summit
Big Data Analytics Exec Featured in “Hadoop: the data scientist’s dream?”
Cupertino, CA – May 3, 2011 – Karmasphere™, a Big Data Analytics company, today announced that Martin Hall, founder, chairman and executive vice president of Corporate Development, will be speaking at the EMC Data Scientist Summit 2011 scheduled for May 11-12 in Las Vegas.
EMC’s inaugural Data Scientist Summit is part of EMC World 2011, and brings together data scientists and leaders from industry and academia to exchange ideas and explore their potential to change business and society in unprecedented ways. Attendees will span today’s preeminent and future data scientists to learn with — and be inspired by — their community of peers.
Martin Hall will present as part of a session entitled “Hadoop: the data scientist’s dream?” which is scheduled for Thursday, May 12 at 10:45 AM. The session will explore how Hadoop is being used today; what lessons are being learned; and how Hadoop will be used in the future. Hall will co-present along with Paul Brown, Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton.
Other featured speakers at the Data Scientist Summit include: Dave Mattox, Senior Associate, Deloitte Consulting; David Steier, Director, Google; Peter Skomoroch, Sr. Research Scientist, LinkedIn; David Smith, VP Marketing and Community, Revolution Analytics; and Joe Hellerstein, Professor, UC Berkeley.
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Karmasphere, a Big Data Analytics company, unlocks the power of Apache Hadoop for developers and analysts in the enterprise. In a world where data is vital to businesses, companies come to Karmasphere to bring new services to market and accelerate revenues.
Karmasphere offers a Big Data Analytics solution to mine and explore unstructured data produced by web, mobile, sensor and social media together with traditional structured data. Our product suite bu ilds on the Karmasphere Big Data Analytics Platform™ offering independence across Hadoop environments, one-click deployment across any cloud or cluster, use of standard programming and query languages and a graphical user interface, to maximize productivity for greater discovery, insight and action.
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