Apple acquires Hyderabad based machine learning startup Tuplejump4 years ago Sravya Gowrisetty
Today is definitely one of those historic days for startups in Hyderabad when Apple, one of the most successful multinational organisations in the world, confirms the acquisition of the Hyderabad-based big data start up, Tuplejump.
Founded on the 29th of May, 2013 by Rohit Rai, Satyaprakash Buddhavarapu and Deepak Alur, Tuplejump was well acquainted with open source big data tools. It is a smartly amalgamated and a perfectly designed platform to speed up development and ease the operations for modern big data solutions. It aims to bring new and fresh experiences to data processing and modern visualisation framework. Tuplejump also built an open source search indexing system called Stargate that works with data stored in Cassandra and relies on the fundamentals of the Apache Lucene full-text search software.
Apple particularly got interested in FiloDB, an open source project built by Tuplejump to effectively apply machine learning analytics to complex data and Tuplejump is the third machine learning and big data startup that Apple has acquired this year. The company’s website has been shut down after the news of acquisition.
Cheers to the trio and to the organisation for writing history in their own terms. We, the team of startupHyderabad.com congratulates the entire team for achieving this huge feat. We give our heartfelt wishes for the trio to become all the more successful and keep making trademarks as such.