Compare OmniSci vs. WizeHive Zengine

OmniSci is ranked 32nd in Relational Databases while WizeHive Zengine is ranked 29th in Relational Databases. OmniSci is rated 0, while WizeHive Zengine is rated 0. On the other hand, OmniSci is most compared with Kinetica, whereas WizeHive Zengine is most compared with Vertica.
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The OmniSci platform is designed to overcome the scalability and performance limitations of legacy analytics tools faced with the scale, velocity and location attributes of today’s big datasets. Those tools are collapsing, becoming too slow and too hardware-intensive to be effective in big data analytics. OmniSci is a breakthrough technology, originating from MIT, designed to leverage the massively parallel processing of GPUs alongside traditional CPU compute, for extraordinary performance at scale.

Zengine is a cloud-based platform that empowers a non-technical person to quickly build custom business applications, while also allowing developers to extend the application by adding integrations and complex functionality. Zengine can be used to track customers, job candidates, projects or more and replaces paper processes, outgrown spreadsheets, or generic software products.
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