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Appcelerator Acquires Nodeable to Provide Next Generation Real-Time Data Insights

Appcelerator Gains the Tools to Make Big Data Relevant and Actionable for the Enterprise and Mobile Development Community

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/07/12 -- Appcelerator®, the leading mobile platform company, announced today that it has acquired Nodeable, the leader in real-time, big data processing for Hadoop. Nodeable's StreamReduce™ solution processes and analyzes raw data in real-time to find trends, summaries, and anomalies that increase efficiency in data-driven businesses.

The acquisition will accelerate and round out Appcelerator's Enterprise Mobile Cloud offerings, inluding real time data processing, analytics, and enterprise data integration. Remaining consistent with Appcelerator's core values, Nodeable's StreamReduce™ will be made open source and available on GitHub, under the Apache License, version 2.0.

"Mobile is driving massive amounts of data, which is creating demand for real-time insights. The combination of Nodeable's real-time streaming technology with Appcelerator's mobile platform will enable enterprises to turn their mobile data into actionable information," said Mike Olson, CEO of Cloudera and investor/director of Nodeable.

"To accelerate building our next generation mobile platform, we wanted a better way for our customers to quickly analyze the huge volume of data coming in from their apps, in a way that's intelligent and real-time," explained Jeff Haynie, CEO of Appcelerator. "Nodeable's StreamReduce™ technology will be a foundational component of our Enterprise Mobile Cloud offering."

"We are honored and excited to join the Appcelerator team," shared Dave Rosenberg, CEO and Co-Founder of Nodeable. "Through Nodeable's StreamReduce™ technology, Appcelerator will now be able to tackle the enormous amount of data moving from mobile applications to the cloud, providing real-time analytics that enterprises can efficiently translate into actionable and relevant business decisions."

The Nodeable acquisition is the fourth in the past two years for Appcelerator, having added a robust set of cloud-based mobile features through its acquisition of Cocoafish in January 2012, enterprise-grade IDE capabilities through its acquisition of Aptana last January 2011, and HTML5 expertise through its Particle Code acquisition in October 2011. Based in San Francisco, Nodeable was founded in 2011 by Dave Rosenberg and Mark Griffin.

About Nodeable
Nodeable provides real-time data stream processing for big data applications. Nodeable's StreamReduce engine aggregates, normalizes and analyzes data before it reaches Hadoop, significantly accelerating batch processing under MapReduce. Customers are up and running in under 15 minutes and scale large workloads easily with Nodeable's cloud-based deployment. Founded in 2011, the company is backed by True Ventures.

About Appcelerator
Appcelerator's Titanium is the leading mobile platform of choice for thousands of companies seizing the mobile opportunity. With more than 50,000 applications deployed on 90 million devices, Appcelerator's award-winningTitanium platform leverages over 5,000 mobile device and operating system APIs to create native iOS and Android apps, and HTML5 mobile web apps. Customers who standardize on the Titanium Platform get to market 70 percent faster and can quickly optimize business results with analytics-driven insights into user behavior and app performance. Open source and fully extensible, Titanium makes it easy to integrate data, content and services from a variety of sources into mobile applications to leverage best-of-breed capabilities. Appcelerator Cloud Services (ACS) provides instant social, location, communication and content features for user-centric mobility. Appcelerator's worldwide ecosystem includes 380,000 mobile developers and hundreds of ISVs and integration partners. Please visit http://www.appcelerator.com.

Appcelerator is a registered trademark of Appcelerator Inc. Appcelerator Titanium is a trademark of Appcelerator Inc. All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.

Jill Asher
Appcelerator
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