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Monday, September 21 • 4:35pm - 5:25pm
IMDB NDP Advances

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In-Memory Database appliances are rapidly evolving, becoming in effect the main operating stored image for both analytic and cognitive computing applications in the next generation of data center and cloud in-rack storage.

Co-opting of DRAM with proximal NAND-Flash mass storage being combined with Near Data Processing re-imagines the entire computing paradigm by effectively turning an entire database image into a content-addressable look alike. Candidates for Storage Class Memory are nearing market introduction and with Near Data Processing abilities will radically change Database Management Systems.

Learning Objectives

An understanding of performance metrics for IMDB systems
The importance of silicon photonic interconnects
The evolution to a low latency high bandwidth DB environment
Competing elements for market supremacy.
Cognitive computing - the next step

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Gil Russell

Principal Analyst, Semiscape
Gil Russell is Principal Analyst at Semiscape, an IT consulting firm he founded in July 2005. Mr. Russell specializes in dynamic and non-volatile memory technologies and their application in memory storage systems. He has participated in JEDEC standards committees since 1992 and is the architect of Reduced Latency DRAM. Previously, he managed new product definition activities; participated as a team member of new product development engineering... Read More →

Monday September 21, 2015 4:35pm - 5:25pm
Winchester Room

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