AquaQ Analytics partners with Kinsetsu to bring combined offerings to public and private sector organisations

Jamie Grant data, News Leave a Comment

BELFAST, ANTRIM, NORTHERN IRELAND, March 4, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Belfast-headquartered Big Data and Real-Time Analytics company AquaQ Analytics has formed a strategic partnership with Kinsetsu, a disrupter in Intelligent Tracking solutions, to enhance both company’s offerings to public and private sector organisations globally. Client needs around real time data capture and analytics continues to grow as data within the organisation …

Jamie GrantAquaQ Analytics partners with Kinsetsu to bring combined offerings to public and private sector organisations

AquaQuarantine 2021

Jonny Press data, datablog, kdb+ Leave a Comment

We’ve decided to bring back our data-oriented talks for another run, with some help from our friends. Please use the sign up form below if you would like to join us. The content for our previous webinars is available here. Vaex, Arrow, Parquet Thursday 11th March, 4pm GMT Vaex is an open source python library for analysing large on-disk datasets …

Jonny PressAquaQuarantine 2021

Level 2 Storage Formats

Andrew West data, kdb, kdb+ 2 Comments

Storing an order book can be tricky due to the large number of orders and prices that continually change throughout the day. Here we investigate and compare three common methods of storing an order book, assessing their benefits and limitations. To do that, the TorQ-CME pack was used to process CME MDP 3.0 FIX data on Soybean Futures for 10 …

Andrew WestLevel 2 Storage Formats

A C++ Utopia – Some comments on interfacing kdb+ and C++

Matt Hughes data, kdb+ Leave a Comment

Recently quite a few projects at AquaQ have involved the manipulation of large numeric vectors in kdb+, and passing this data to and from external applications or tools written in C or C++. A practical example would relate to the use of machine learning libraries written in C++ that require output to be written to a kdb+ tickerplant or database. …

Matt HughesA C++ Utopia – Some comments on interfacing kdb+ and C++

AquaQ Analytics and Pegasus Partner to provide Client Value

Jamie Grant data, kdb+, News, TorQ Leave a Comment

Capital markets relies on massive data sets that are exponentially growing and moving faster. The key to making use of the data to create information is through smart analytics, delivered in a cost effective and modular way. AquaQ Analytics and Pegasus Enterprise Solutions are teaming together to provide dynamic, cost effective access to your data that will yield tremendous insights …

Jamie GrantAquaQ Analytics and Pegasus Partner to provide Client Value

Comparing columnar data formats: Arrow, Vaex and kdb+

Matt Doherty data, kdb+

Here at AquaQ we have years of experience using kdb+ in the financial sector, helping our clients capture, analyse and derive value from their data. We always take a keen interest in technologies that will help us solve new problems, or provide better solutions for existing problems. To this end Apache Arrow is very interesting. Arrow describes itself as a …

Matt DohertyComparing columnar data formats: Arrow, Vaex and kdb+