Chase Franklin Joins SpaceCurve Board of Directors

Well-Known Industry Veteran, Entrepreneur Brings Extensive Enterprise Software Experience to Spatial Data Platform Company

Seattle, Washington, UNITED STATES

SEATTLE, Sept. 29, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SpaceCurve, a spatial data platform company today announced well-known technology industry veteran and entrepreneur Chase Franklin has joined its board of directors. Chase was previously co-founder and CEO of Qpass, which was acquired by Amdocs Ltd. for more than $300 million in 2006. Mr. Franklin is the co-founder and CEO of a new Seattle startup, Cloud City Labs.

"Chase has great experience in successfully bringing complex technologies to market. He has deep expertise in building high performance teams and executing a visionary strategy across the entire life cycle of a company. Chase will be an invaluable resource across all aspects of our business," said Dane Coyer, SpaceCurve CEO.

About SpaceCurve

SpaceCurve is the first spatial data platform that enables real-time common operating pictures and actionable insights from fused complex geospatial, sensing, social media and other streaming and historical data. SpaceCurve was designed to overcome the limitations of traditional spatial database and big data systems, and delivers unprecedented speed-to-value from spatiotemporal data, both siloed and streaming. Unlike existing databases, and custom solutions, SpaceCurve enables real-time ingest, index, query, and correlation of spatial data  for insights from a variety of spatial data – all in one place, at network speed, and up to petabyte scale.


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