Netezza data warehouse appliances have been end-of-lifed
In 2003, Netezza revolutionized analytics with its SQL data warehouse appliance. It featured a cabinet full of FPGA devices working in parallel to ingest and query large volumes of data warehouse data on Postgres. In 2010, IBM acquired Netezza, and recently announced discontinuation of Netezza support.
Save millions by replacing Netezza with FPGA-accelerated free, open source Postgres
Swarm64 enables companies to accelerate Postgres performance on FPGA-equipped servers–on premises or on the cloud–and use it to replace expensive, old data warehousing platforms like Netezza, Oracle, and others. Swarm64 introduces massive parallelism and columnar storage into each Postgres server to raise performance up to Netezza speeds.