Graph Search Helps Businesses, People Dig Deeper Into the Web

 
 
By Chris Preimesberger  |  Posted 2013-04-08
 
 
 

Cisco Systems

Cisco's next-generation master data management system is based on graph search and runs a thousand times faster than its previous solution.

Cisco Systems

Twitter

Twitter uses a graph to map out the billions of direct connections between Twitter's users. The result is that it can see who you're following, who's following you, who you receive notifications from and so on. 

Twitter

Intuit

Intuit uses a payment graph to map out vendors and suppliers worldwide.

Intuit

Telenor

This top 10 telco is using graph search to deliver the right services to the right clients in real time.

Telenor

Adobe

Adobe uses graph search to link teams to share and collaborate globally in the Creative Cloud.

Adobe

FiftyThree

FiftyThree's award-winning iPad app, Paper, uses graph search to connect people around ideas.

FiftyThree

Deutsche Telekom

Deutsche Telekom uses graph search to provide real-time feedback from millions of fans instantly during live sporting events.

Deutsche Telekom

Accenture

Accenture uses graph search to develop a dynamic real-time self-healing parcel delivery system for the world's largest logistics companies.

Accenture

Hewlett-Packard

HP uses graph search in carrier-grade telephony apps to identify bottlenecks and weak points in communications networks in real time.

Hewlett-Packard

Glassdoor

Glassdoor uses graph search to link job seekers with opportunities at companies where their friends and friends-of-friends work.

Glassdoor

Squidoo

Squidoo uses graph search to link people to other people who share their passions.

Squidoo

Rocket Fuel