back to article Teradata decides: If you can't beat 'em, flog your analytics platform as a service in the cloud

Teradata – the American hardware and software maker traditionally associated with reassuringly expensive, sprawling data storage and analytics systems – continues to slowly wrap its arm around the cloud. The company spewed three announcements at the Teradata Universe knees-up in Madrid, and all of them relate to delivering its …

  1. elDog

    I remember when Teradata was the biggie in the storage world

    Actually being able to stuff a terabyte of data in a machine room was a big deal.

    Surprised they haven't change their name to Zetadata or Yottadata. I imagine Googledata is spoken for and I wouldn't want to fight their branding lawyers.

    Nowadays my little laptop has a couple and various USB externals have 10+ more.

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