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Re: Introducing myself - SOA organised with RDF

From: Steve Sears <ssears@franz.com>
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2007 12:22:36 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <12187762.post@talk.nabble.com>
To: semantic-web@w3.org

Hello Frank,

My name is Steve Sears, I'm the product manager for AllegroGraph at Franz
Inc. in California.

>But to cut the story short, I have a lot of activity going with RDF, but I
am very alone here in my >organization, so I hope to make new friends here
with whom I can share experience.

I noticed replies to your introduction were mentioning native triple stores.
I'd like to pass on information to you about AllegroGraph, a modern
persistent, disk-based graph database with support for high-performance,
scalable RDF triple-stores. AllegroGraph supports various query mechanisms,
including SPARQL and RDFS++ which is a high performance, practical subset of
OWL. We've worked with Racer Systems to integrate their full OWL description
logic, RacerPro, and TopQuadrant to integrate with their TopBraid Composer
Semantic Application platform. There are evaluation versions you can
download and explore on our website, http://www.franz.com/products/

We are currently working with large customers mostly in the United States
and Asia, eg. NASA, Boeing, Raytheon, BAE Systems, NSA, Kodak, GSK, the
Malaysian Government, etc. We do know a consultant working in your time zone
with knowledge of our products and with customs domain experience. I would
be happy to make an introduction if you have interest. 

Best regards,

Steve





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