Approaching the end of this 2014 we believe it’s a good time to look back and take stock of all that we have been working on and happened to Sparksee on this year.
One of the most important hits for 2014 has been the release of Sparksee 5.1. Key features like the new Objective-C API, an enhanced compatibility with Blueprints, the dynamic size adapting cache, the compatibility with Visual Studio 2013 and the rollback functionality have meant a great step forward for our high performance graph database.
During the year, Sparsity has also started a Tetracom Technology Transfer Project and joined the European Network of Excellence on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation (HiPEAC) in order to further improve academia-industry interaction. We have also kept involved with the Linked Data Benchmark Council (LDBC) and the Coherent PaaS European Projects.
2014 has also been a year full of interesting events related to the graph and NoSQL world. Sparsity attended GraphLab in San Francisco, NoSQL Matters in Barcelona, the LDBC TUC meeting in Athens, the ICT Proposers’ Day in Florence, SIGMOD and Grades in Salt Lake City and BizBarcelona and the MWC in Barcelona. Hope we were able to meet during one of the former events! In case we still haven’t, you will definitely find us in the 2015 graph database event arena.
Last but not least, we have been able to share and interact with all the Sparksee community through Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and our blog. During this year we have published 17 posts including tutorials, use cases, news & events, Sparksee technical details and research articles. Don’t hesitate to check them out using our archive on the sidebar.
A lot of positive things have already happened during the year, but there’s a lot more to come on 2015. Sparsity will keep moving forward thanks to your feedback and contributions, to bring together our high performance solutions to the next level.
The Sparsity Technologies team wishes you the best for the holiday season and a happy new year 2015!