Incubated out of the University of Texas at Austin, Capsenta increases the value of companies’ data by enriching it to become a knowledge graph (semantics). Semantics improve search, analysis, and interpretation. Capsenta’s patented technology is the only complete turnkey solution to making existing SQL, and SQL data warehouse infrastructure, upward compatible with semantics. The approach assures scalability and robustness. Traditional applications seamlessly coexist with semantically enriched applications.
By enriching data with semantics, Capsenta is able to accelerate the provisioning process from months to days. Capsenta’s technology starts with standards compliance and is able to integrate the result with any existing database infrastructure. Thus, Capsenta customers benefit from the power of semantics from day one, and with low risk.
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80% of the time and cost associated with big data is consumed by data integration. Capsenta solutions address this problem by enabling the integration of multiple data sources, across any relational database, without the inefficiency of ETL. Source data is never moved from its original location yet disparate databases are tied together creating a virtual analytics layer. All this without sacrificing accessibility and performance
- Deliver data integration projects in days instead of months
- Deploy on premise and in the cloud
Ultrawrap™ by Capsenta Inc. is middleware that integrates and enriches disparate databases with semantic technology, enabling next generation search across all data simultaneously. Learn how organizations such as Google Ideas, the United Nations and the healthcare industry is using Ultrawrap to reduce IT overhead while enabling improved speed to market.
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“Capsenta, which spun out of the University of Texas at Austin, also put its technology on display at the expo. Daniel Miranker, professor of computer science at UT and Juan Sequeda, graduate student, founded the company. It is based on the trademarked “ultrawrap” software that Sequeda invented. The software automatically compiles disparate data using keywords and phrases.”