6. Oracle Corp.
Best known for its database and applications businesses, Oracle Corp. also enjoys fast growth in the Big Data market. The company's Big Data revenues were $491 million in 2013 -- and they weren't just from software. Twenty-eight percent came from hardware; 37 percent from software; and 36 percent from IT services, Wikibon estimates.
During the Oracle OpenWorld 2014 conference, Big Data took central stage as Oracle vowed to continue enhancing its cloud and on-premises offerings. (Image: Oracle; Data Source: Wikibon)
5. Teradata Corp.
Spun off from NCR in 2007, Teradata is perhaps best known for its data warehousing business. But don't overlook the company's Big Data push, where 2013 revenues topped $518 million across hardware (36 percent), software (30 percent) and IT services (34 percent).
Teradata's latest move -- launched in Oct. 2014 -- involves Connection Analytics, which supports data-driven analytics for discovering relationships and influences between people, products, and processes. (Image: Teradata; Data Source: Wikibon)
4. SAP SE
SAP SE continues to accelerate its Big Data business -- with a heavy emphasis on the SAP HANA technology. The company's 2013 Big Data revenues totaled $545 million -- 76 percent from software, 24 percent from consulting services, according to Wikibon.
As of October 2014, SAP says it had more than 4,100 HANA customers, and more than 1,450 Business Suite on HANA customers. (Image: SAP; Data Source: Wikibon)