NICE, FRANCE-TM Forum Live! – June 1, 2015 – ParStream, the IoT analytics company, announced today product executives will demonstrate at the Analytics Big Data Repository (ABDR) together with members of the TM Forum’s ABDR Catalyst lineup at TM Forum Live!, taking place June 1-4, 2015 in Nice, France.
In addition to ParStream, Catalyst participants include cVidya, Spirent, JDSU, Etiya, EMC, Apptium and Comverse.
“The essence of an ABDR is to support – through data re-use – the creation of value from existing and derived data sources and to be able to provide such support with economical and operational scalability.” *
ABDR’s goal is to provide well-defined, consistent data definitions for data entities commonly used by CSPs and Big Data Analytics solution providers. With these definitions and associated guidelines, solution providers can help digital and communications service providers improve customer experience and achieve business growth by avoiding data replication, allowing saving in platform and infrastructure costs and enabling faster implementation of new big data analytics use cases.
At TM Forum Live! Catalyst participants will showcase several ABDR supported use cases ranging from revenue assurance and fraud management to real-time proactive customer care and fault analytics. ParStream’s analytics platform will run on the EMC-ScaleIO infrastructure demonstrating agile and scalable ABDR technology building blocks.
ParStream is the industry’s leading IoT analytics platform company. The ParStream analytics platform was purpose-built for scale to handle the massive volumes and high-velocity of IoT data. ParStream’s platform delivers a new breed of analytics for the enterprise, such as Geo-Distributed Analytics, which enables analytics at the edge. ParStream has earned multiple accolades, including the M2M Evolution IoT Excellence Award, CIO Magazine #1 Big Data Startup and Gartner Cool Vendor. ParStream is based in Silicon Valley, online at www.parstream.com and on Twitter @ParStream.
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*Excerpt from the GB979 Big Data Analytics Guidebook R14.5.1 Standard