January 31, 2020 – Virtualitics, Inc., a data analytics company that specializes in machine learning, artificial intelligence and 3D visualization – has this week announced the next major release of its flagship product, Virtualitics Immersive Platform (VIP). VIP 2020 enables users to obtain actionable insights from complex data.
The cornerstone feature of VIP 2020 is its ‘Network Graph’ package. This capability allows users to automatically build interactive reports on trends, anomalies, and relationships living in unstructured data. Virtualitics is able to render 3D visualizations of network graphs and compute insights thanks to the platform’s algorithms.
Ciro Donalek, CTO and co-founder of Virtualitics, said: “Working with unstructured data has been a pain point for business intelligence software users – until now. Virtualitics is the first software that offers a suite of analytics and visualization tools that are complete, easy-to-use and can render results in 3D. This translates into actionable insights within seconds.”
VIP 2020 offers additional upgrades designed to enhance and streamline the user experience for both desktop and Virtual Reality users. The software now includes a column calculator, full control over colors and playback for compelling story-telling, tools to clean up data before running analyses and connectors to all major data sources. Virtualitics states that its patented technology also helps deliver faster plotting, particularly for larger datasets. Further optimization and a revised user interface help to simplify running machine learning routines for all users, regardless of their analytic background. Furthermore, the collaboration across desktop and VR allows multiple users to analyze data together in real time.
“With VIP 2020, Virtualitics is revolutionizing the data analytics market,” said Michael Amori, CEO and co-founder of Virtualitics. “Our Fortune 500 and government clients will continue to benefit from VIP’s blend of features that emphasize innovation, usability and speed.”
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