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In-memory Computing: Lifting the Burden of Big Data

Source: Aberdeen Group
Business data is growing at an unprecedented speed, and organizations of all sizes, across all industries, have to face the challenge of scaling up their data infrastructure to meet this new pressure. Advances in server hardware and application design have led to a potential solution: in-memory computing. Read Aberdeen's Analyst Insight report and see how in-memory computing can address two of the "three Vs" of big data.


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