ThoughtSpot’s data analytics hardware is now available to the public

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Big data startup ThoughtSpot said Tuesday that its core product, the ThoughtSpot Relational Search Appliance, is now available to the general public. ThoughtSpot wants to bring a Google-like search experience for data analytics with its hardware appliance, which contains an in-memory database and a custom-built search engine. When a user types in keywords into the search interface, ThoughtSpot can predict what a user wants to find and run SQL queries based on the search. The startup — whose founding team includes former members of Nutanix, Google and Yahoo — landed $30 million in funding in June.

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