SpaceCurve

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SpaceCurve has created a new real-time big data platform for organizations that want to put data into context and turn it into value as quickly as it is created. With SpaceCurve, greater volumes, velocities and varieties of spatial, sensor, social media, weather, historical, and other large data sets than ever before can be continuously ingested, fused and analyzed in real time to deliver immediately actionable intelligence.

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