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Big Data Partnership Expands Hadoop Offerings for EMEA Enterprises

LONDON, February 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Europe's Leading Big Data Systems Integrator aims to Accelerate Adoption of Next-Gen Analytics

Big Data Partnership, EMEA's leading Big Data specialists, today announced it will deliver and implement the Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop (Intel® Distribution) to European enterprise customers.

Big Data Partnership has industry expertise and a proven track record at deploying and managing big data systems across a wide range of enterprise customers. The company will use its in-depth experience and knowledge of the entire big data ecosystem to support the rollout of the Intel Distribution in next-generation analytics solutions across Intel® Xeon® processors and supporting customer's big data deployments.

"We are thrilled to be Intel's integration partner for its Hadoop distribution across EMEA," said Mike Merritt-Holmes, CEO & co-founder, Big Data Partnership. "Intel Distribution is one of the leading analytics solutions on the market and we look forward to working with Intel to meet industry's growing big data needs."

"As we expand the adoption of the Intel Distribution into new global markets, partnerships with knowledgeable and experienced companies will be strategic to our growth," said Jobi George, Director of Big Data Software Product & Channels for Intel's Datacenter Software Division. "Companies such as Big Data Partnership are well equipped to deploy the Intel Distribution in Europe and add a new layer of support for Apache software integration."

Working with blue chip companies across all industries, Big Data Partnership's team of industry experts offer scalable and reliable solutions to capture, store and analyse big data to solve problems, identify new revenue streams and develop customised solutions that meet specific customer requirements.

Big Data Partnership is vendor agnostic and partners with many of the world's leading big data technology providers. For a full list of Big Data Partnership's partners please visit: http://www.bigdatapartnership.com/partners/

About Big Data Partnership

Founded in 2012, Big Data Partnership is EMEA's leading big data specialist solution provider. Offering Data Science, Big Data Engineering and certified Training, Big Data Partnership helps customers unlock the value in complex data. Big Data Partnership's team has deep expertise and experience in key big data technologies including the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, Apache Cassandra and other NoSQL databases. For more information, visit http://www.bigdatapartnership.com.

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Intel and Xeon are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.

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