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In-memory computing gaining momentum?

27th Oct `13, 04:55 AM in Sectors

With the world’s total data volume of 2.8 zettabytes (that’s 2.8 trillion gigabytes) expected to grow 20-fold by…

BDMS
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With the world’s total data volume of 2.8 zettabytes (that’s 2.8 trillion gigabytes) expected to grow 20-fold by 2020, big-data technologies are certain to remain on the radar of the U.S. government, by far the planet’s largest information producer and collector.

And while technologies designed to process and analyze large amounts of data are still in their relative infancy, major advances are already allowing analytics on massive amounts of data at real-time speed.

One such advancement, in-memory computing, is gaining momentum in the federal space, according to Michael Ho, vice president of Software AG Government Solutions.

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