RNA Networks Primes Memory Cloud

By providing access to more memory resources via its distributed memory service, the "memory cloud" increases the performance of the symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) architecture, explains Rob Butters, chief marketing officer and vice president, products, at RNA Networks.

Currently, when applications run out of memory, performance takes a hit, explains Butters, adding that memory limitations also place a practical limit on the size of models and scope of analytics that financial firms can run. By

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