MemVerge Makes Big Memory Apps Sizzle
MILPITAS, Calif., April 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MemVerge™, the pioneers of Big Memory software, today announced the release of Memory Machine software version 1.2. The software delivers Big Memory performance and capacity leveraging up to 40 cores in 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors (code named Ice Lake) and up to 6TB of memory capacity per socket with Intel Optane persistent memory 200 series. The company also announced its membership in the CXL™ Consortium, and five Big Memory Labs at Arrow, Intel, MemVerge, Penguin Computing, and WWT that are now equipped and available for Big Memory demonstrations, proof-of-concept testing, and software integration.
"Memory Machine v1.2 is designed to allow application vendors and end-users to take full advantage of Intel's latest Xeon Scalable processor and Optane memory technology," said Charles Fan, CEO of MemVerge. "We started by providing access to new levels of performance and capacity without requiring changes to applications."
Big Memory is Bigger, Faster, and More Available with Memory Machine v1.2
Apps Sizzle on Ice Lake in Testing by StorageReview.com
In summary, the configuration with 200 Series PMEM, Intel Gen 3 Xeon Scalable CPUs, and Memory Machine software demonstrated 2x read performance and 3x write performance. For more details, read the full review.
According to Kevin O'Brien, Lab Director at StorageReview.com, "The real benefits of PMEM show up when you can leverage it at the byte level with the appropriate software. In many cases, application developers like SAP, tune their application to be able to leverage PMEM. While that works for some applications, there's another option. Leverage a software-defined solution that's built from the ground up to help businesses leverage all of the performance and persistence benefits PMEM 200 offers. To test this latest generation of PMEM, that's exactly what we did."
Big Memory Labs Accelerate New Technology Evaluation and Integration
The Big Memory Opportunity
By 2024, almost a quarter of all data created will be real-time data, and two-thirds of Global 2000 corporations will have deployed at least one real-time application that is considered mission-critical, according to IDC.
These next-generation applications (NGAs) frequently employ big data analytics and AI/ML. The real-time workloads are found in many industries on-premises and in the cloud. Examples include in-memory databases and fraud analytics in financial services, customer profiling in social media, recommendation engines in retail, 3D animation in media & entertainment, genomics in health sciences, and security forensics, to name just a few.
The result is explosive adoption of Big Memory Computing designed for big and fast data. IDC estimates the market opportunity for persistent memory will grow from $65 million to $2.6 billion by 2023. Coughlin & Associates estimates that revenue for persistent memory will reach $25 billion by 2030, equal to revenue for DRAM.
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