MZ, whose live-data streaming technology helped secure it a leadership position in mobile games, today is launching an open version of the technology to give developers access to massive amounts of data.
The open data project, called Satori, is significant because it aims to be the first platform to extract the world’s feeds of public information from siloed sources, and then publish them in an easy format for developers to filter and manipulate — for free. That format is a single, real-time feed.
“It exists on thousands of siloed websites all over the world, making it difficult for developers and open data publishers to realize the full potential of public data” said MZ CEO Gabe Leydon.
In an announcement today, MZ said it is also inviting developers to republish data sources on Satori.
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