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IBM Continues RS/6000 Performance Focus
IBM has just released benchmark results for its mid-range Unix server, the RS/6000 M80, showing it to be a top performer in transaction processing and Web

memory unix  to 32GB ECC SDRAM memory and 56 hot-plug PCI slots. It offers mainframe-class reliability, availability and serviceability features implemented for the first time in a midrange UNIX machine. These features include: Hot-plug PCI slots for uninterrupted growth Redundant hot-plug fans and power to improve availability Hot-swappable disk drives to help manage unexpected growth Dynamic CPU Deallocation to isolate potential processor problems and keep applications running Service processor to monitor vital Read More...

IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs
IBM announced its latest NUMA-Q server, the E410. Its ability to house up to 64 Intel CPUs represents a doubling of the “largest” current system, the ES7000

memory unix  add balanced I/O and memory as they add processors. High Availability : NUMA-Q's mainframe style multi-path I/O and switched fabric fiber channel SAN (Storage Area Network) capabilities provide a platform with no single point of subsystem failure. Further enhancing availability is connectivity with IBM Enterprise Storage Server featuring multi-port capability, which maximizes I/O by evenly distributing it over all available interface ports for maximum bandwidth. IBM backs NUMA-Q's outstanding Read More...
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Quote-to-order (Q2O) solutions (sometimes known as configure, price, and quote or CPQ) enable manufacturers to mobilize their mass customization initiatives. These systems can reduce time-consuming...
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A New Platform to Battle Software Bloat?
Lawson has unveiled a new standards-based business applications platform designed to increase overall application quality and improve the product lifecycle

memory unix  processors with available on-chip memory stacks, and multi-threaded and 64-bit applications are put into practice, Java will have made tremendous performance gains, possibly also with the help of special Java appliances. Last but not least, maybe these performance gains will come from the expected sizeable reduction in lines of code. At this stage, Landmark is still a mere vision, although after three years in the lab, it is certainly more than a statement of direction. The first Landmark application Read More...
Compaq Wins Supercomputer Contract, But Is It Enough?
Compaq recently was awarded a contract for the world’s largest supercomputer, which will use its Alpha processors. But what’s happening with their standard high

memory unix  with 2,728 gigabytes of memory (1 gigabyte per CPU) and 50 terabytes of storage. Under terms of a joint agreement between Compaq and PSC, Compaq will provide the hardware, software, performance and benchmarking activities while PSC will do the porting, tuning and development of efficient parallel applications. This supercomputer system will allow NSF to establish a single, new terascale computing system to enable U.S. researchers in all science and engineering disciplines to gain access to leading-edge Read More...
IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its

memory unix  up to 4GB of memory. It is priced at under $3,000 for a base configuration. Market Impact We are sincerely glad to see that IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of smaller is better when it comes to rackmount servers. Until very recently, IBM's rackable servers had typically been at least 1U, and sometimes more, taller than the competition from Compaq and Dell. A 4U, four-CPU system is now commonplace, and HP has recently started shipping their 4U system capable of taking six CPUs, but at least Read More...
Teradata Debuts Data Warehouse Appliance: In-memory Tech Ready for High-performance Analytics
During the Teradata Partners User Group Conference, the data warehouse and analytics company launched Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance 2750, which integrates

memory unix  By simply adding additional memory and installing our software, the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance is transformed into a formidable, self-managing in-memory platform that accelerates the delivery of analytics. Teradata’s Intelligence Memory technology enables the appliance to automatically arrange the hottest, most frequently used data on top for achieving faster processing times. Also, according to Teradata, the appliance is also able to store two times more memory than the previous appliance and Read More...
The Marriage of Virtual Machines, Software as a Service, and Cloud Computing
New technology, such as virtual machines and high-speed internet communication, is leading to wider remote application hosting. Here is a tutorial-level

memory unix  more or less processing memory than the physical machine on which it resides, it is possible for application vendors to build and deliver a standard VM configuration. This configuration is stored as a sequential file. From the application vendor perspective, all its VM clients have identically sized and configured logical machines—a new form of appliance. All clients with the same contract conditions get a copy of the same sequential flat file. When any of the virtual application systems (see figure Read More...
Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega?
Compaq's powerful Alpha processor is reaching a crucial juncture - will Compaq expend the effort necessary for it to challenge Intel's dominance, or is it

memory unix  s Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega? Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega? R.A. Krause - August, 1999 Product Description The Alpha RISC processor was developed in the early 1990's to provide a generational leap in CPU (and system) performance. In addition to the higher performance of the chip itself, Alpha is based on a 64-bit architecture, providing (according to Digital/Compaq) far superior performance to the 16-bit and 32-bit architectures in use by the Intel x86 architectures. The other Read More...
One In-memory Solution Fits All: QlikView Stands Out with Unique Approach and Broad Applicability
In 1993, Swedish-based Qlik Technologies launched a desktop data management solution that soon evolved so that both the application and data resided entirely in

memory unix  In-memory Solution Fits All: QlikView Stands Out with Unique Approach and Broad Applicability In 1993, Swedish-based Qlik Technologies launched a desktop data management solution that soon evolved so that both the application and data resided entirely in RAM memory, converting the solution into one of the first in-memory based applications. Today the QlikView solution boasts approximately 28,000 customers in more than 100 countries. In this report, TEC data management analyst Jorge García gives an over Read More...
SAP In-memory Computing Technology Changing the Way Business Intelligence Is Managed
With the revolution of in-memory computing already under way, the question isn’t if this revolution will impact businesses, but when and how. This paper details

memory unix  In-memory Computing Technology Changing the Way Business Intelligence Is Managed With the revolution of in-memory computing already under way, the question isn’t if this revolution will impact businesses, but when and how. This paper details how in-memory computing can change the way you manage business intelligence (BI). For business and information technology (IT) executives, the paper furnishes substantial information and business examples about what changes they can look forward to and how those Read More...
UNIT4 Continues Enhancing Its Business Intelligence Stack—Analyst Roadshow
It has been a very interesting year for UNIT4, and the recent Analyst Roadshow event continued in the same light. TEC’s own Jorge García was there to capture

memory unix  incorporation of a new in-memory analytics solution to the vendor’s analytics stack. UNIT4 Expanding Its Business Performance Offering to North America With availability both in the cloud and on premise, UNIT4 Cash Flow and UNIT4 Financial Consolidation were launched to the North American market. This happens to be no last-minute move or abrupt decision on the part of UNIT4. On the contrary, I think that this well thought out move based on the beneficial acquisition of Coda and the Swedish-based Read More...
Oracle Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release
The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle Database In

memory unix  Sets Date for Database In-Memory Release Oracle CEO Larry Ellison took center stage at a special event to announce the planned release of the Oracle Database In-Memory . The Oracle Database In-Memory is Oracle’s answer to the in-memory database race that has been heating up over the last couple of years. Oracle originally announced the in-memory solution during last year’s Oracle OpenWorld conference. The Oracle Database In-Memory demonstrated from 100x to more than 1000x speedup for enterprise Read More...
Qlik: Newer, Bigger, Better?
During the second half of last year and the beginning of this year, the Pennsylvania-based software company QlikTech has undergone a number of important

memory unix  enough to enable the in-memory software company to retain its success and acceptance within the BI community? From QlikTech to Qlik One big shift in the past few months was with the company’s name, from QlikTech to Qlik; though a mainly cosmetic change, it’s still worth being taken into account, as it will enable the software provider to be more easily identified and better branded, and also to reposition its entire product portfolio stack as well as all the company’s services, resources, and Read More...

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