INTPLE Big Data Platform Seminar in Government” was held in Beijing

"INTPLE Big Data Platform Seminar in Government” was held in the afternoon of December 1st, 2013 in Beijing. Charles Yang, CEO of INTPLE Tech. introduced INTPLE enterprise big data platform product and solutions to the presidents of the information centers of more than 20 ministries and commissions under the central organs and state council, which has aroused great interest and attention of experts. They hoped to get better understanding about INTPLE big data platform and then promote the use of the product and solutions, so as to accelerate the nationalization process in government and improve information security.

Charles Yang generally introduced the enterprise big data platform, completely independent intellectual property rights owned by INTPLE, and focused on technical points and advantages of DBOne, StoreOne and SearchOne. The experts and leaders have discussed and communicated about the effective combination of INTPLE big data processing products and information construction.

Along with the development of national informationization degree, the requirement for storage and use of massive data is even higher, and the traditional relational database is facing great bottleneck. The automatic data sharding technology of INTPLE big data processing platform can evenly allocate the data to each shard server, and the use of high reliability and high availability evaluation and optimization technology can assure to achieve at least 99.99% of the reliability and security of data, so as to guarantee the safety of data and meet the demand of the informatization construction of government.

INTPLE will continue to adhere to the principle of independent innovation for the core technology to research and customer-oriented, develop big data processing platform products for enterprise and government, to lead the innovation of intelligent information technology, and to make greater contribution for defending the national information security and promoting the national informationization construction.