Business Analytics: Deeper, faster analysis

It is generally acknowledged that so-called in-memory computing has already proven to be one of the most significant advances in the entire field of analytics.

3rd March, 2013
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It is generally acknowledged that so-called in-memory computing has already proven to be one of the most significant advances in the entire field of analytics - in business, in the sciences and statistics. Essentially, this involves employing massive amounts of Ram together with the latest generation of multi-core processors. But that sheer computing power has to be allied with sophisticated new forms of database design to take advantage of it.

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