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Kx is proud to provide industry acclaimed support for our customers, starting with free, onsite evaluations for qualified prospects with application requirements well-suited for Kx technology.

We pride ourselves on being highly responsive to customer needs, typically responding to technical inquiries within minutes, and offering solutions within the day; these are responses from knowledgeable staff who are familiar with the code at a very deep level, not scripted responses from an outsourced support center.

Beyond this, we offer a full ecosystem of resources - of both the material and the human variety - that enhances the experiences of our customers.

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Kx Documentation Site
Please refer to the Kx language reference for documentation and guides for programming in kdb+. You will find kdb+ tutorials here, an online copy of Q for Mortals 3 as well as a wealth of other important information for building kdb+ applications, including a range of technical white papers.

kdb+ Google Group
An open Google discussion group for users of the Personal Developer edition of kdb+.

kdb+ Listbox
If you work at a company that has licensed kdb+, submit your company email address to join the kdb+ Listbox here.

Kx on GitHub
Developers from around the world share some of their best kdb+ code, libraries, and frameworks on GitHub, and Kx features them on its corporate GitHub page. Please send along your great kdb+ ideas to .

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Kx's core technology, the kdb+ time-series database, is renowned for its computational speed and performance, as well as the simplicity of its architecture for large-scale data analytics.

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FEATURED NEWS

Kx appointed Innovation Partner to Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

13 Feb 2019 | , , ,

Kx has been appointed an Innovation Partner to Aston Martin Red Bull Racing following the success of its existing relationship with the leading F1 team. The extended partnership reflects the desire of Aston Martin Red Bull Racing to apply Kx technology’s unmatched performance for ingesting and analyzing sensor data to a wider range of applications, based on the competitive advantage their use of Kx has delivered to date.

Kx offers kdb+ on the AWS Marketplace for deployment speed and efficiency

7 Feb 2019 | , ,

(7 February 2019) Kx, a leader in high-performance computing, announces that its kdb+ time-series database is now offered on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. Kx provides a managed cloud migration service and kdb+ on demand which allows customers to leverage the speed and performance of kdb+ for time-series analytics on large-scale streaming, real-time and historical […]

H2O.ai and Kx Partnership Provides Faster Insights on Time-Series Data

H2O.ai and Kx Partnership Provides Faster Insights on Time-Series Data

5 Feb 2019 | , ,

Integrated High Performance, Automatic Machine Learning Solution Ideal for AI Use Cases from Financial Services to IOT SAN FRANCISCO – H2O World SF – February 5, 2019 – H2O.ai, the open source leader in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and Kx, a division of First Derivatives (FDP.L) and provider of the world’s fastest time-series database, […]

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How to Avoid a Goat in Monte Carlo – Elegantly

19 Feb 2019 | ,

by PJ O’Kane and Rian O’Cuinneagain We are all encouraged to be problem solvers. Solutions, however, depend not only on the complexity of the problem but also on the skillset of the solver and the tools at their disposal. Moreover, some can be faced head-on whereas others are best addressed indirectly. If, for example, you […]

Kx Product Insights: Kx for Love!!

14 Feb 2019 | , ,

By Declan Fallontine This month’s Insights post falls on Valentine’s day so today’s article will feature a dashboard visualizing data centered on romance.  As a source we will use a blog post by dating site, Zoosk, which investigating generational differences in dating[1].   Zoosk has over 750K dating profiles and its members have generated nearly 250 million messages […]