TidalScale

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TidalScale in essence is designed to reduce the burden on a company’s overall IT landscape, freeing up resources previously devoted to the complexity of the development architecture. Since the TidalScale software solution is fully automated and operates on proven mature commodity technology, the deployments are non- disruptive, allowing companies to return to operations quickly and easily. TidalScale provides the following core benefits, it: • Scales: • Increases compute resources available for in-memory analytics and decision support • Ideal for large in-memory analytics with lowest cost hardware & energy use • Easy scalability - Scales like a cluster, without physical memory limits, bottlenecks, or shared memory locks • Simplifies: • Dramatically simplifies application development • No need to distribute work across servers • Existing applications run as a single instance, without modification, as if on a highly flexible mainframe • Optimizes: • Automatic dynamic hierarchical resource optimization • Evolves: • Ports to all microprocessors, memories, interconnects, persistent storage & networks As a result, any company with operations that depend on frequent data updates will be able to run more efficiently with TidalScale technology. The conversion to TidalScale technology reduces the complexity of infrastructure management that traditional systems require. This reduced complexity allows data to be retrieved nearly instantaneously, making all of the teams in the business more efficient. These performance gains also allow business users to retrieve more useful information via their mobile devices, an ability that is increasingly important as more businesses incorporate mobile technologies into their operations. With that in mind, it becomes easy to see how TidalScale technology allows organizations to organize and scale their business data, instead of being limited to subsets of data that have been compartmentalized in a data warehouse. With those improvements to database visibility via TidalScale, enterprises are able to shift from after-event analysis (reactive) to real-time decision making (proactive) and then create business models that are predictive rather than response based. More value can be realized by combining easy-to-use analytic solutions from the start with the analytics platform. This allows anyone in the organization to build queries and dashboards with very little expertise, which in turn has the potential to create a pool of content experts who, without external support, can become more proactive in their actions. With traditional disk-based systems, data is usually processed overnight, which may result in businesses being late to react to important supply alerts. TidalScale technology has the potential to help businesses in any industry operate more efficiently, from consumer products and retailing to manufacturing and financial services. As the popularity of Big Data analytics grows, TidalScale processing is going to become the mainstay for many businesses looking for a competitive edge in addressing the problems of scale and complexity.
TypePrivate
Founded2012
HQCampbell, US
Websitetidalscale.com

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Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)38(+3%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at TidalScale

Gary Smerdon

Gary Smerdon

President & CEO
Ike Nassi

Ike Nassi

CTO
Michael Berman

Michael Berman

Chief Engineer
Robert Minnear

Robert Minnear

VP Engineering
Dave Ferretti

Dave Ferretti

VP Worldwide Sales
David Reed

David Reed

Chief Scientist
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TidalScale Office Locations

TidalScale has offices in Campbell and Shinjuku City
Campbell, US (HQ)
1694 Dell Ave
Shinjuku City, JP
Nishishinjuku
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TidalScale Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2012

TidalScale total Funding

$35.8 m

TidalScale latest funding size

$24 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

TidalScale investors

TidalScale's latest funding round in October 2018 was reported to be $24 m. In total, TidalScale has raised $35.8 m
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TidalScale Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

87/100

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TidalScale News and Updates

TidalScale gets $24M to fund its software-defined server push

Software-defined server upstart TidalScale Inc. is brimming with confidence today after securing a $24 million round of funding. The Series B round was led by South Korean semiconductor firm SK Hynix Inc. with participation from previous investors, including Bain Capital, Hummer Winblad, Infosys Lt…

Infosys invests $1.5-million more in US firm TidalScale

Software major Infosys on Monday said it invested an additional $1.5 million (Rs 10.9 crore) in the US-based TidalScale, doubling it to $3 million in the software services firm.

Infosys doubles investment in US-based TidalScale to $3 million

Infosys’ investment in TidalScale is expected to be completed by 28 September 2018 subject to necessary approvals

Infosys doubles investment in TidalScale to $3 mn through Innovation Fund

Infosys had previously invested $1.5 million in TidalScale Inc in 2016

TidalScale Blogs

Data is more valuable than oil

It’s not surprising that data has surpassed the value of precious resources like gold or oil. After all, modern businesses run on data. So the need to understand and maximize its value will only grow more imperative.

Software-Defined Servers come to SAP’s Sybase IQ

It’s an old adage: You’re only as good as the company you keep. And lately, we’ve been keeping some great company.

TidalScale Announces Breakthrough Flexibility and Performance for In-Memory Applications with Third Generation Software-Defined Server Technology

New enterprise-class capabilities expand the market opportunity to include  Oracle Database, SAP HANA and other in-memory and analytics workloads News Summary: New enterprise capability includes support for SANs, seamless upgradability, and optimizations for key workloads such as O…
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TidalScale Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was TidalScale founded?

    TidalScale was founded in 2012.

  • Who are TidalScale key executives?

    TidalScale's key executives are Gary Smerdon, Ike Nassi and Michael Berman.

  • How many employees does TidalScale have?

    TidalScale has 38 employees.

  • Who are TidalScale competitors?

    Competitors of TidalScale include Intelligize, Spokeo and Pursway.

  • Where is TidalScale headquarters?

    TidalScale headquarters is located at 1694 Dell Ave, Campbell.

  • Where are TidalScale offices?

    TidalScale has offices in Campbell and Shinjuku City.

  • How many offices does TidalScale have?

    TidalScale has 3 offices.