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Chroma Reviews & Product Details

Chroma Overview
What is Chroma?

Chroma is a vector database designed to efficiently store, index, and retrieve high-dimensional vector data, often used in applications like machine learning, search engines, and recommendation systems. It focuses on enabling fast and scalable similarity searches among vectors, leveraging optimized data structures and algorithms to provide quick query responses, even in large-scale datasets.

Company Chroma Technology Corp
Year founded 1991
Company size 51-200 employees
Headquarters Bellows Falls, VT, United States
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Chroma Product Details
Small Business
Mid Market
Deployment Cloud / SaaS / Web-Based, On-Premise Linux, On-Premise Windows
Support Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Knowledge Base
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Languages English
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Last updated: April 16, 2024
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1 Chroma Review
5.0 out of 5
Small Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Aug 08, 2023
Overall Rating:
Prashanth D. avatar
Prashanth D.
Lead Engineer
"A vector Storage and retrieval"
What do you like best about Chroma?
As it is a open source vector db and it allows complex range searches or querying. The community is growing day by day and can get support for issues.
What do you dislike about Chroma?
The performance might not match with
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's performance in some scenarios.
What problems is Chroma solving and how is that benefiting you?
It helps in storing high dimensional vectors. For finding duplicate records in document or article I'm using Chroma Vector Db to store the vectors.