Don’t slow down because of big data’s carbon footprint

Moving towards a net-zero carbon future: We are making the world’s information systems more efficient and sustainable through rapid and sensible data management.

The Brute Force Issue

Companies that are winning focus a substantial part of their business around big data. Today’s way of doing this involves brute force methods of processing and searching through large data sets.

Brute force methods use massive amounts of compute power and resources to perform. This is largely unsustainable at scale, producing a heavy carbon footprint with high consumption of non-renewable energy, waste production, and CO2 emissions.

Black Forest is a sustainable data management technology and a solution for dealing with exponential data growth while meeting carbon footprint reduction goals.

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How is Black Forest sustainable?

The real prize with big data is to generate insight from select pieces of information in a data set.

Black Forest’s method of searching, or querying, selective pieces of data reduces compute power dramatically.

This equates to a decrease in resources utilized to perform the complex queries needed to drive insights that validate business decisions, drive action, and growth.

At scale, our data management technology helps engineering and product teams focus on managing their business activities while reducing your organization’s carbon footprint.

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Inflation and Sustainability

Today, it is increasingly more difficult and expensive to get your hands on the chips that power on premise data centers.

This contributes to the capital costs it takes to be a data-centric organization, on top of the management of power, physical space, and the cooling necessary to operate a data center.

Black Forest reduces the need for capital equipment such as servers and storage.

With our approach, you can operate with a sensible cost input to the cloud while dramatically reducing your energy footprint.

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Equitable and Ethical Data Management

In our digital world, we’re more connected than ever and rely on technology to provide fast access to data and information. But the process by which we generate and compute data has serious environmental impacts.

Big data can continue to positively influence the world if we can ensure the ethical and equitable deployment of these disruptive new data management technologies.

Our mission is to enable your organization to get more out of data with a clear path to meet carbon reduction goals in the future.

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