Analytics outfit OmniSci hires new federal lead

San Francisco-based analytics company OmniSci has hired 25-year government market veteran Ray Falcione Jr. as vice president of the federal business.

Falcione will focus on expanding OmniSci's partnership and customer base in the federal government space with respect to the company's portfolio of big data and analytics services, OmniSci said Thursday.

Launched in 2013, OmniSci specializes in analytics powered by graphics processing units that search for and visualize large amounts of data. The company builds its platform to work in public and private cloud environments.

Intelligence community venture capital arm In-Q-Tel is an investor in OmniSci.

Prior to OmniSci, Falcione was director of federal programs at Adobe. He also held executive and other senior management roles at Software AG Government Solutions, Brocade, Oracle and Sun Microsystems.

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