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TORONTO, Ontario - September 24th, 2012 - xnlogic today announced their membership in Neo Technology’s Neo4j Partner Graph program. Membership in the program further enhances xnlogic’s involvement in the GraphDB ecosystem and gives their customers another communications channel into the leading-edge graph database vendor.

As data explodes in volume and complexity, the world is looking to new ways of storing, querying, and analyzing “big data.” As a high performance graph database, Neo4j is transactional, durable, and scales to meet the demands of complex, highly-connected data.

"Our partners are a key component to achieving our goal of driving massive adoption of graph databases. Neo4j's unique approach to solving the complex, connected data challenges has been proven across thousands of installations, and with our network of partners we're extending this experience to new markets and opportunities," said Emil Eifrem, CEO of Neo Technology.

Along with their graph database consulting services, xnlogic is now licensing its application platform, pacer-model, to third parties such as LightMesh [1] (currently in private-beta).

“Our customers are now applying graph concepts to address traditional pain-points in enterprise software. Using the xnlogic application framework with Neo4j’s database gives them the performance and reliability they need when working with complex semi-structured data,” said David Colebatch, co-founder of xnlogic.

About xnlogic

A development project’s success could hinge on iterating rapidly or asking more sophisticated questions of data. xnlogic helps companies by providing a boutique consulting and training service focussed exclusively on graph database technology. xnlogic has also developed a unique application platform to get business logic into data, structure it, and develop a functioning application - rapidly. The expressiveness of the graph combined with the power of this platform creates the foundation for serious enterprise-grade software.

xnlogic also has an open source offering which the development community has been using since 2010 when co-founder Darrick Wiebe released the Pacer library. Pacer is a ruby library for quickly creating expressive graph traversals and is already a popular choice for application development.  

“As the creators of Pacer [2], xnlogic can apply a deep understanding of graph-related problems to application architecture. Coupled with our real-world experience in the datacentre, we give our customers the end-to-end expertise they need to succeed.” said Darrick Wiebe, co-founder of xnlogic

For more information, please visit www.xnlogic.com

About Neo Technology

Graphs are everywhere. From websites adding social capabilities, to telcos providing personalized customer services, to innovative bioinformatics research, organizations are adopting graph databases as the best way to model and query connected data. Neo Technology researchers have pioneered graph databases since 2000 and have been instrumental in bringing the power of the social graph to customers such as Adobe, Cisco, and Deutsche Telekom. Now in production for nine years, Neo4j is the world's leading graph database with the largest ecosystem of partners and tens of thousands of successful deployments worldwide.

For more information, please visit www.neotechnology.com 

[1]: http://www.lightmesh.com

[2]: http://github.com/pangloss/pacer

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