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August 2013

What does the relatively new acronym MCI have to do with the accelerated adoption of in-memory computing? I’d say everything. MCI stands for Memory Channel Interface storage (a.k.a MCS - Memory Channel Storage) and it essentially allows you to put NAND flash storage into a DIMM form factor and enable it to interface with a CPU via a standard memory controller. Put another way, MCI provides a…
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Following Funding, In-Memory Computing Pioneer Expands Management to Accelerate Growth FOSTER CITY, Calif., Aug. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GridGain™ Systems today announced it has expanded its management team, tapping the talents of Andy Sacks as Executive Vice President of Sales, Lisa Bergamo as Vice President of Marketing, and Jeff Stacey as Global Head of Business Development, to build on its…
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What are the performance differences between in-memory columnar databases like SAP HANA and GridGain’s In-Memory Database (IMDB) utilizing distributed key-value storage? This questions comes up regularly in conversations with our customers and the answer is not very obvious. Storage Models First off, let’s clearly state that we are talking about storage model only and its implications on…
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It’s been somewhat quiet here on the GridGain front for a few months, and for good reason! We just announced closing a $10M Series B investment and bringing an awesome new investor on board. In the last 6 months we not only closed the new round, we also rebuilt and tripled our sales and business development team, retooled our marketing, released new products, and have 3 other products in the…
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