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Companies are looking to get the most out of their myriad data streams, making applications and analytics a hot topic at all levels of an organization, across a variety of industries. As a part of the next generation of database solutions and a leader in Big Data innovation, Splice Machine is being talked about by technology and industry publications.

12.4.12  /  Interview with Monte Zweben, founder of Splice Machine

Today I interviewed Monte Zweben, the founder of Splice Machine which provides the first SQL-compliant database designed for big data applications. The company is on pace to launch in early 2013 and recently raised $4 million in venture captial. Mr. Zweben started his career at the NASA Ames Research

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10.23.12  /  Startup Splice Machine Secures Funding to Develop the Splice SQL Engine for Big Data Apps

Splice Machine, the developer of a SQL-compliant database designed for big data applications, has raised $4 million in Series A funding from Mohr Davidow Ventures (MDV), enabling it to continue the development of the Splice SQL Engine. “We are providing the first SQL-compliant database designed for

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10.19.12  /  Former NASA Researcher (And Billionaire) Jumps Back In The Startup Game

Zweben’s new company – Splice Machine – just raised $4 million in first-round capital from Mohr Davidow Ventures, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based firm with a history of financing info-tech, cleantech and life sciences companies.

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10.18.12  /  Splice Machine argues for SQL retention

San Francisco, Calif.-based Splice Machine has raised $4 million in Series A funding to keep up the fight for SQL and continue the development of its Splice SQL Engine.

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10.17.12  /  Splice Machine raises $4 million

In its first round of venture funding, Splice Machine Inc. raised $4 million. The San Francisco startup, led by CEO Monte Zweben, makes database software.

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