MemVerge Introduces Big Memory Computing

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According to a recent press release, “MemVerge™, the inventor of Memory Machine™ software, today introduced what’s next for in-memory computing: Big Memory Computing. This new category is sparking a revolution in data center architecture where all applications will run in memory. Until now, in-memory computing has been restricted to a select range of workloads due to the limited capacity and volatility of DRAM and the lack of software for high availability. Big Memory Computing is the combination of DRAM, persistent memory and Memory Machine software technologies, where the memory is abundant, persistent and highly available.”

The release goes on, “MemVerge was founded on the vision that every application should run in memory. The advent of Intel® Optane™ persistent memory makes it possible for applications of any size to forgo traditional storage in favor of petabyte-size pools of shared persistent memory. Designed for these big memory lakes, MemVerge Memory Machine software provides powerful data services such as ZeroIO™ Snapshot and memory replication, addressing application data persistence directly in memory. Compatible with existing and future applications, MemVerge technology will revolutionize data center architecture and make data-centric workloads such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), trading and financial market data analytics and high-performance computing (HPC) easier to develop and deploy. Enterprises can now train and infer from AI/ML models faster, work with larger data sets in memory, complete more queries in less time and consistently replicate memory between servers.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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