Nov 2, 2012

SpaceCurve Readies for Growth, Triples Office Space, Expands Big Data Development Team

New Openings for Data Scientists, Database Developers, Others
in Market-Changing Company

SpaceCurve, the creator of a Big Data spatial-temporal database platform that addresses the growing demand for immersive intelligence, today announced it is gearing up for growth with a move to larger offices and the expansion of its Big Data development team. The new SpaceCurve offices, located in Pioneer Square, feature private and two-person shared offices for most employees instead of the open work areas common in many software companies. The company plans to double its world-class team of data scientists, database developers and other technical resources this quarter.

“SpaceCurve is developing market-changing technologies that solve many significant problems related to transforming Big Data into value,” said Charlie Barbour, senior vice president of development at SpaceCurve. “Our new offices provide SpaceCurve’s development team members with a private and shared office environment that will enhance their creativity.”

For more information or to apply for open positions at SpaceCurve, visit www.spacecurve.com or www.spacecurve.com/careers

About SpaceCurve

SpaceCurve is developing a Big Data spatial-temporal database platform and immersive analytics tools that create real-time models of reality and awareness of complex contextual ad hoc relationships. By continuously capturing, processing and analyzing geospatial, temporal, sensor network, social graph and other large data streams, and providing real-time immersive intelligence, SpaceCurve will enable innovations in location-based services, social applications, commodities, defense, emergency services and other markets. Many relational, NoSQL and traditional databases can handle either data scale or complexity, but not both. SpaceCurve’s new technologies meet the growing demand for immersive intelligence and location-based services that current database and analytics technologies cannot handle.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Susan Spencer
Spencer Communications
(310) 543-9121
susan@spencercomm.biz