Deep Information Sciences

Deep Information Sciences

Deep Information Sciences helps businesses with the performance, scale and manageability of data. They produce DeepSQL which is an adaptive MySQL engine that is self-tuning and highly scalable. Deep Information Sciences, Inc. is a privately held company headquartered in Boston MA.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2010
Employees
50
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