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About VoltDB

VoltDB powers applications that require real-time intelligent decisions on streaming data for a connected world, without compromising on ACID requirements. No other database can fuel applications that require a combination of speed, scale, volume and accuracy.  

How We Began

Architected by the 2014 A.M. Turing Award winner, Dr. Mike Stonebraker, VoltDB is a ground-up redesign of the relational database for today’s growing real-time operations and machine learning challenges. Dr. Stonebraker has conducted research on database technologies for more than 40 years, leading to numerous innovations in fast data, streaming data and in-memory databases. He founded Ingres, Postgres, Streambase, Vertica, VoltDB and Tamr. With VoltDB, he realized the full potential of tapping streaming data with in-memory transactional database technology that can handle data’s speed and volume while delivering real-time analytics and decision making. Dr. Stonebraker is an adjunct professor at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT CSAIL).

Customers

VoltDB is a trusted name in the industry already validated by leading organizations like: Nokia, Financial Times, Mitsubishi Electric, HPE, Barclays, Huawei, and more. Visit our customers page.

Investors

Sigma

As a pillar of the venture capital industry for more than 25 years, Sigma Partners provides support and strength to entrepreneurs driven to build great companies. With over $2 billion under management, Sigma invests in innovative technology startups across the United States. They have invested in numerous companies including Internet Security Systems (IPO), m-Qube (acquired by VeriSign), Storage Networks (IPO), Vignette (IPO), Vlingo (acquired by Nuance), Aprimo (acquired by Teradata), Initiate (acquired by IBM), Octane (acquired by e.Piphany), OpenPages (acquired by IBM), Tradex (acquired by Ariba) and many others.

Kepha Partners

Kepha Partners has a back-to-basics approach focused on pre-seed, seed and Series A companies. They call this “venture building,” and it is what created the venture industry in the first place. It is the foundation, or rock, of venture capital. They have successfully invested in companies like Carbon Black, Vertica and Streambase.

Andreas “Andy” von Bechtolsheim

Andreas “Andy” von Bechtolsheim co-founded Sun Microsystems in 1982 and was its chief hardware designer, Oracle bought Sun in 2010 for $7.4 billion. He is currently the co founder, chairman and chief development officer of network switching company Arista Networks. Andy was one of the early investors in Google, and is also an angel investor.