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Hello, I have a conflict of interest for this article because I am being paid by Paradigm4 to help them add information below. I would like to add the paragraph below to the SciDB section and change the name of the section to SciDB and Paradigm4. I understand that I am not supposed to edit articles where I have a COI, so I’m asking for someone to do it for me.
The DBMS is developed and maintained by Paradigm4, a Waltham, Massachusetts-based company that Stonebraker cofounded with Marilyn Matz, who is the CEO. Stonebraker serves as CTO. SciDB was designed for big data, which is large volumes of diverse information crunched on thousands of nodes in distributed data centers. It takes S matrices as inputs to analyze big data such as satellite data, geospatial data, and genomic data.
The DBMS is multidimensional and uses array-based scaling. It is also “write once, read many,” which means it allows bulk load rather than single load insert, provides parallel computation, is designed for automatic rather than manual administration; and works with R, Python, and Python.Bcooper87 (talk) 16:24, 22 July 2015 (UTC)