HPE Pointnext Capabilities Accelerate Transition to Memory-Driven Computing

HPE launches cloud-based Memory-Driven Computing Sandbox for customers and developers

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced the launch of an incubation practice with specialized skills for solving big data problems through Memory-Driven Computing, leveraging the expertise of Hewlett Packard Labs and HPE Pointnext.

Through HPE Pointnext advisory and professional services capabilities, the company will work with leading-edge customers to explore Memory-Driven Computing applications and deliver proofs-of-concept that will demonstrate dramatic performance gains never before possible.

Designed to dramatically improve performance and efficiency and unleash a new era of intellectual discovery and business opportunities, Memory-Driven Computing is a new computing architecture that puts memory, not processing, at the center of the computing platform.

Hewlett Packard Labs is developing the breakthrough technology innovations needed to enable Memory-Driven Computing as part of The Machine research project. Using the new architecture, organizations will be able to process vast amounts of data significantly faster and reduce the time to extract insight, from days to hours, hours to minutes, minutes to seconds, ultimately delivering real-time intelligence.

“We believe that all data is valuable. Our vision for Memory-Driven Computing is to enable customers to capture, keep and refine every last bit of their data, up to 10,000 times faster than yesterday’s solutions,” said Rajesh Dhar, senior director, Pointnext, HPE India.

“The introduction of HPE Pointnext capabilities for Memory-Driven Computing will accelerate our ability to bring Memory-Driven Computing technologies to our customers and help them solve some of their most complex problems and more quickly than ever before.”

HPE Pointnext has a team of emerging technology and AI experts already working hand-in-hand with its first commercial customer beginning the journey to Memory-Driven Computing, Travelport – a commerce platform that provides distribution, technology, payment and other solutions for the $7 trillion global travel industry.

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