Texas Tech Pulse wrote about the new release of Magnitude’s Simba ODBC Driver for kdb+. “Magnitude and Kx have rolled out an ODBC driver which links the Kx kdb+ time series database to third-party business intelligence tools such as Tableau, Microsoft Power BI and Excel”
Database Trends and Applications covered the release of the Simba ODBC Driver for kdb+. “The objective of the Kx and Magnitude Simba partnership is to provide kdb+ customers with a robust ODBC interface to external data directly from kdb+ using a fully featured and certified connector.”
David Weldon from Information Management wrote the top 20 leading MDM vendors where Magnitude Software offers a second generation MDM product.
Daniel Gutierrez from Inside Big Data wrote a round-up of all the tech news from that past week and included the Magnitude/3i funding announcement in the funding section.
Wall Street Journal’s Laura Cooper talks about 3i Investment in Magnitude Software. Investment values deal at $340 million, including participation from management …
TexasTechPulse Austin-based Magnitude Software, the developer of unified application data management software led by CEO Chris Ney, has received a huge, $179M equity investment…
MorningStar: 3i Group PLC said it would invest in Magnitude Software Inc., an application data management provider, in a deal valued at $340 million.
Mergers and Acquisitions’ Mary Kathleen Flynn and Demitri Diakantonis talk about the investment of 3i Group in data management company Magnitude Software.
The Beat talks about #i investment into Magnitude on it’s New Money section from March 19, 2019.
AltAssets Private equity investor 3i Group has revealed it will invest about in app data management business Magnitude Software to give the business a $340m enterprise value.