San Francisco: US tech giant Apple has acquired a Hyderabad based machine, Tuplejump. It will help the company to store, process and visualise big data with its unique software.
Tuplejump was founded in 2013 by Rohit Rai and Satyaprakash Buddhavarapu while other one Deepak Alur is already a part of Apple.
According to a Tech Crunch report, Apple is on a machine learning company buying spree and recently bought two well-known startups Perceptio and Turi.
"Apple purchases littler innovation organizations every once in a while, and we for the most part don't talk about our motivation or arrangements," an organization representative told Tech Crunch.
Apple was especially intrigued by "FiloDB" – an opensource venture that Tuplejump was working to productively apply machine learning ideas and investigation to complex information.
The Tuplejump group was very much familiar with open source enormous information apparatuses, for example, the Apache Spark handling motor, the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database, and the Apache Kafka circulated high-throughput distribute subscribe informing framework, Venturebeat reported.
"Tuplejump likewise constructed an open source look ordering framework called Stargate that works with information put away in Cassandra and depends on the essentials of the Apache Lucene full-message seek programming," the report included.
Tuplejump's site has been closed down after the securing, the points of interest of which are yet to be revealed.
In May, Apple CEO Tim Cook declared the organization's first improvement focus in Hyderabad to chip away at Apple Maps amid his visit to the nation.