Altair rebrands data analytics and AI portfolio Altair RapidMiner

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Altair has rebranded its entire data analytics and AI suite as Altair RapidMiner. The news follows Altair’s recent purchase of RapidMiner and World Programming, which enables the company to offer end-to-end solutions from data ingestion and modeling to operationalization and visualization.

The platform is now available via the Altair Units software licensing system, which democratizes access to data analytics tech, delivering a new generation of what the supplier refers to as ‘frictionless AI’ capabilities (streamlined, rapid and repeatable access to data analytics).

“Altair RapidMiner removes barriers to effectively connect three of an organization’s most important assets: data, people and processes. With an unrivaled and complete set of tools to transform organizations, we are paving the way to a frictionless future,” said Sam Mahalingam, chief technology officer, Altair.

“The platform enables users of all skill levels to accelerate projects from idea to production, modernizes legacy environments, and caters to enterprise needs with desktop and cloud offerings. We meet you where you are and evolve with your company, wherever you go in the future.”

Altair RapidMiner scales AI initiatives without requiring a big team of data scientists or expensive services engagements. It empowers users to extract and prep data easily from any source, working with reports and PDFs that are core to the business. It alleviates the pressure of modernizing expensive legacy environments. It gets more models into production as teams can operationalize models faster and monitor them continuously across one shared MLOps. It also processes and displays massive amounts of fast-changing data.

At the Altair Data to Value Symposium on April 19, Volkswagen will discuss its use of Altair RapidMiner. The event takes place at the Hannover Messe Convention Center Room 3B.

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