The world’s fastest and most advanced GPU database company tackles the TPC-H benchmark record and sets the bar for GPU database vendors.
The most recent version of our GPU Database, Brytlyt 3.1 Alpha, has succeeded in running the industry-recognised TPC-H benchmark, and in doing so looks capable of beating the ...
Brytlyt 3.0 stays ahead of the game with a stunning visualization product, improved GPU Manager and a seamless switch between database and AI operations.
Brytlyt, the fastest and most advanced GPU database in the world, has been massively upgraded in version 3.0 and includes enhancements to core products; Brytlyt (based on PostgreSQL) ...
Check out our latest White Paper in collaboration with Dell Technologies PowerEdge R940xa
In this whitepaper, we discuss:
The evolution of databases
What is GPU acceleration and how it applies to databases
The Challenge of GPU databases & how Brytlyt is the only one to solve the biggest challenge
By Richard Heyns: In a recent benchmarking by Mark Lintwintschik, Brytlyt was the fastest database of all the databases tested. Mark evaluates databases using his billion row taxi dataset. When the benchmark was made public we started getting a lot of questions from Apache Spark users. After all, Apache Spark ...
Today, gaming studios are using data analytics to identify and understand their players, but often they do not have the necessary analytic and visualisation tools for their data scientists to quickly and efficiently make sense of all the metrics they are collecting. This leaves money on the table by missing ...
SpotLyt 2.0 now includes BrytMap, a web mapping server (WMS) that has direct access to the same GPUs BrytlytDB uses, for real-time map tile rendering, filtering, control of visual elements and more on billions of data points
London, July 3, 2018:
Brytlyt, developer of the fastest and most advanced GPU database technology in ...
Brytlyt announced today the release of BrytlytDB 2.0, the latest version of the world’s fastest GPU database, with immediate availability on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Along with the release, enhancements have also been made to the AWS AMI for an even easier setup and configuration.
London, June 13, 2018:
Brytlyt, provider of ...
As the use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become mainstream, one service that gets a lot of attention is Amazon’s Redshift database. After all, Amazon Redshift is a fast, fully managed data warehouse that makes it simple and cost-effective to analyze data using standard SQL with existing Business ...
As published on Superb Crew:
Brytlyt’s GPU database and analytics platform has been making the rounds lately after benchmarking results showed them to be the fastest GPU Database on the market. They’ve recently partnered with MariaDB to integrate their product and enable millions of MariaDB users to analyze ...
London, March 28, 2018—Releasewire:
Brytlyt GPU database and analytics platform today announced that it is a finalist in TM Forum’s 2018 Excellence Awards in the Disruptive Innovation category. The Excellence Awards program honors the world’s leading companies for their innovative achievements spanning digital transformation, business and IT agility, customer centricity, ...
As published on KDnuggets
Recent years have seen massive shifts in both technology and use case as databases have re-invented themselves. From clustered servers to in-memory solutions and NoSQL, the emphasis has largely focused on analytics. The growth of datasets along with pressing need to reduce query times has triggered ...
Brytlyt announced today it is partnering with MariaDB to accelerate the adoption of its GPU storage and query processing technology
London, February 26, 2018:
Brytlyt, provider of the fastest GPU database technology in the market, according to independent benchmarking, announced today that its GPU storage and query processing technology has been integrated ...
Brytlyt’s market-leading GPU database running on IBM POWER hardware sets new performance record for running billion row queries
London, UK, December 18, 2017: Releasewire:
Brytlyt, the fastest GPU-powered database platform in the market, according to independent benchmarking, announced it has partnered with IBM Power Systems. The collaboration reflects both companies’ commitment ...
In an independent benchmark by industry expert, Brytlyt’s GPU Database outperformed all other vendors by a factor of four or more with its PostgreSQL fork tapping into the super computing power of IBM Minsky Hardware.
London, UK, December 11, 2017: PRNewswire
After putting the most recent version of Brytlyt’s GPU ...
Brytlyt’s GPU accelerated database is based on PostgreSQL making it easy to integrate with current investments and visualization tools for artificial intelligence, business intelligence, Fast OLAP, and location-based analytics
Brytlyt which was recently catapulted to World's Fastest GPU database by an independent benchmarking is now available on Amazon AWS ...
Brytlyt, a PostgreSQL fork running on GPU, emerged as the world’s fastest database after industry expert Mark Litwintschik published independent benchmarking results showing it to outperform the previous title holder by a factor of 2x
London, UK, November 13, 2017:
After independent benchmarking by the leading expert in GPU databases, Mark ...
We at Brytlyt are pleased to announce the launch of our visual analytics tool, SpotLyt.
Below is the press release announcing the launch.
Leading GPU-accelerated database & analytics platform introduces SpotLyt, a visual analytics tool for billion row datasets
SpotLyt is a real-time visualization and analytical tool designed for massive ...
Our CEO, Richard Heyns, was recently interviewed by Business Reporter to discuss the options available today for companies looking to get real-time insights and extract huge value from their data assets by using GPU-powered databases.
Below is the video as well as the extract of the interview. You can see ...
Our CEO, Richard Heyns recently wrote a guide on Inside Big Data to identify a GPU database that's just right for a company so companies today can focus less time processing queries and more time gaining insights.
Below is the article as published on Inside Big Data as well as ...
Recently our CEO, Richard Heyns, discussed technologies that are currently disrupting the world of business and their impact around the world. Watch the full video to see the interview where we discuss how GPU's are disrupting the world of business.
Our video below demonstrates the features available on Brytlyt and Spotlyt, our visualisation tool, because we are using PostgreSQL as the host.
We recently came across a very impressive article in Tech Target by Nick Martin, a leading tech writer in the GPU database space. In the article, Nick spoke about how GPU accelerated computing is making its way into enterprise data centers, fueling machine learning and artificial intelligence initiatives.
He was ...
We at Brytlyt our really excited about getting our database benchmarked by an independent consultant and an expert in the field of GPU databases, Mark Litwintschik.
Mark was really impressed with Brytlyt's GPU database. In his own words, "Given all the features of PostgreSQL are still available I'm blown away ...
Brytlyt combines GPU database & analytics with the latest high-performance computing hardware from Cogeco Peer 1, to solve a dilemma many enterprise technology teams face today.
LONDON, UK, 25, July, 2017 – Cogeco Peer 1, a globally recognised specialist provider of colocation, network connectivity, managed hosting, cloud and managed services, today announced its partnership ...
Our CEO, Richard Heyns recently wrote a post on RTInsights about the importance for GPU databases and analytics platforms to be powered by PostgreSQL.
RT Insights is an independent, expert-driven web resource that is singularly focused on helping senior business and IT professionals accelerate their business with real-time insights.
Raise your hand if you are an enterprise product decision-maker and have never regretted a product purchase. Chances are the vast majority of us would keep our hands down and just look at each other and smile sheepishly, remembering a product we bought to solve one problem, only to find ...
Collaboration between academia, hardware and software companies heralds breakthrough in GPU processing speeds and ease of use
A coalition of European hardware and computer software companies and the University of Bielefeld unveiled their prototype at the GTC conference in Amsterdam last week, which they say will herald a transformation in ...
Having touched down back in the UK after spending the last three two days in Amsterdam at the NVIDIA GTC conference it seems amazing to me what has been achieved that just in the space of just over two years since we took our first tentative steps as one of ...