I am going to lead up to how we get that outrageous score, but first let me provide some background about the most recent official BSBM run and then I will go into how bigdata performed in the official runs and why we are able to report a much higher result here.

We were invited to participate in the recently concluded BSBM V3.0 benchmark. BSBM V3.0 includes a new data set (statistically similar, but different data) and new use cases for the SPARQL 1.1 update and aggregation extensions. Bigdata does not yet support the SPARQL 1.1 features, so we were not able to participate in those aspects of the benchmark.