Category Archives: DEX

DEX Graph Database version 4.2 goes .NET

The possibilities of native .NET programming now for the highest performance graph database. Now you can have all the scalability and performance of DEX graph database with a dedicated Microsoft .NET API in your secure and robust professional MS environment. … Continue reading

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DAMA-UPC project RECOMANA using DEX winner of BDigital congress prizes

We would like to congratulate DAMA-UPC that has just been awarded with the Bdgital congress prize in the category of Research institutes and Universities. RECOMANA* uses the potential of graph databases with the high-performance and billions of objects storage offered … Continue reading

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NEW Dex technical support area

DEX has a new collaborative support area to share doubts, suggestions or any request about DEX. We encourage your participation in the new online forum callled DEX technical support area. We would like the DEX technical support area to be … Continue reading

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DEX presentation at the GDM 2011

Sergio Gómez from Sparsity Technologies presented DEX last Saturday 16th of April at the GDM 2011 in Hannover. The workshop included research and industrial sessions. DEX presentation includes new interesting details about the internal technology and architecture of the DEX … Continue reading

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Twitter loaded into DEX: the 4.5 billion graph

We would like to share one of the latest use cases we have recently performed at Sparsity Technologies with DEX. We have created a DEX graph loading all tweets made from June to December 2009, with a total of more … Continue reading

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DEX 4.1 new release

Sparsity Technologies is proud to announce the new release 4.1 of DEX.  The new version of DEX brings extended compatibility with common operating systems, to former versions of the product. In addition to DEX 4.0, new subversion includes compatibility with … Continue reading

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DEX implementation for Blueprints

Together with the people from tinkerpop we have today released the DEX implementation of the Blueprints API. “Blueprints is a property graph model interface that provides implementations, test suites, and supporting extensions. Graph databases and frameworks that implement the Blueprints … Continue reading

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First University-Industry Meeting on Graph Databases (UIM-GDB)

The First University-Industry Meeting on Graph Databases (UIM-GDB) is an initiative to gather companies developing graph database management systems together with researchers from academia. The main objective is to join efforts to overcome some of the main obstacles in the … Continue reading

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DEX Analytical Use Case Benchmark: Wikipedia

As we have already announced in the previous post we would like to share an analytical use case that shows DEX high performance. This time we are taking a look at how DEX responds to some queries performed on a … Continue reading

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DEX scalability with high-performance (UPDATED)

With this post we would like to show you some performance results that will explain why DEX is claimed to be a high-performance graph database with great scalability. To go further into DEX scalability let us see the results using … Continue reading

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