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Digital Reasoning Announces Synthesys 3.0
The Leading Entity-Oriented Analytics Solution with Unprecedented Scalability

FRANKLIN, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Digital Reasoning™ Systems Inc., the leader in complex, large scale unstructured data analytics announced Synthesys v3.0, the latest release of their flagship solution for cloud-scale analytics in government and commercial markets. Synthesys v3.0 builds upon Digital Reasoning’s tradition of innovative software advances in achieving automated understanding of structured and unstructured data.

The explosive growth of data and the increasing demand for timely, actionable intelligence requires innovative solutions. Synthesys meets this need by automating the analysis of structured and unstructured data, and empowering users to identify facts and associations with far less reading. Synthesys converts massive amounts of unstructured data into the underlying people, places, organizations and their connections.

“Synthesys 3.0 is the culmination of a decade of solving large scale data analytics problems for the intelligence community,” said Tim Estes, CEO and founder of Digital Reasoning Systems. “With this release we are bringing to the market unprecedented understanding of unstructured data in cloud-scale architectures with our integration of Hadoop and Cassandra.”

Synthesys v3.0 achieves unprecedented scalability with our integration with Cassandra and Hadoop. Synthesys is one of the first products to fully leverage the latest version of these technologies – Hadoop CDH3 and Cassandra v0.7. These “cloud-scale” enablers are essential to meeting typical Synthesys requirements of hundreds of millions of documents and other text files.

Synthesys v3.0 incorporates entity extraction/resolution, link analysis, concept resolution and summarization to automate much of what used to be human reading. What makes Synthesys particularly unique is that this is accomplished without the assistance of a taxonomy or ontology. This “unbiased” approach to data analytics is the only way to uncover the non-obvious connections hidden in the data and to understand the alternate meanings of words – prevalent in “coded” or “disguised” messages.

“This is an important milestone,” said Rob Metcalf, President and COO of Digital Reasoning. “Synthesys 3.0 will allow us to address a number of new markets demanding our unique text analytic capability.”

Synthesys v3.0 is available now. Demonstrations, information and pricing is available by contacting Digital Reasoning by clicking here.