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9 Hot Big Data And Analytics Startups To Watch

Hadoop recently celebrated its 10th birthday, advanced analytics have become even more sophisticated, and a plethora of startups have arisen to help organizations wrangle all the data and pull out insights. With all that in mind, here are nine big data and analytics startups to watch.
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H2O.ai
Location: Mountain View, Calif.
Founded: 2011
CEO: SriSatish Ambati
Capital raised: $33.6 million 
Investors include: Nexus Venture Partners, Paxion Capital Partners, and Transamerica Ventures. 
The company, rebranded as H2O.ai from 0xdata in Nov 2014, offers an open source machine learning platform that works with Hadoop and Spark. It can be used through a Web UI or programming environments such as R, Java, Scala, Python, and JSON. It supports common database and file types, including Microsoft Excel, R Studio, and Tableau. Customers include AT&T, Comcast, Kaiser Permanente, McKesson, Walgreens, Capital One, and Progressive. 
(Image: H2O.ai)

H2O.ai

Location: Mountain View, Calif.

Founded: 2011

CEO: SriSatish Ambati

Capital raised: $33.6 million

Investors include: Nexus Venture Partners, Paxion Capital Partners, and Transamerica Ventures.

The company, rebranded as H2O.ai from 0xdata in Nov 2014, offers an open source machine learning platform that works with Hadoop and Spark. It can be used through a Web UI or programming environments such as R, Java, Scala, Python, and JSON. It supports common database and file types, including Microsoft Excel, R Studio, and Tableau. Customers include AT&T, Comcast, Kaiser Permanente, McKesson, Walgreens, Capital One, and Progressive.

(Image: H2O.ai)

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