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Hadoop for graphs - GraphLab picks up $6.75m from Madrona and NEA

Robin Wauters for TNW:

Seattle startup GraphLab claims it is building the “fastest machine-learning analytics engine for graph datasets”, based on the popular open-source distributed graph computation framework with the same name, and it has just raised capital to come through on its promise.

Good luck to GraphLab’s team.

✚ Here’s a short list of MapReduce implementations for graphs.

Original title and link: Hadoop for graphs - GraphLab picks up $6.75m from Madrona and NEA (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://thenextweb.com/insider/2013/05/14/graphlab-funding/