Establishing new tiers in the memory and storage hierarchy, this innovative technology provides persistent memory, volatile memory, and persistent storage in multiple form factors.
Blog | Break Through Data Challenges With Intel Optane
August 14th 2020
DiGiCOR and Intel are collaborating to host the ‘Intel Optane Persistant Memory Webinar’ on the 18th of September, bringing together experts in this industry to drive dialogue around Intel Optane; its’ success stories in HPC ,post-production and MSP markets, and how it improves workloads.
This event is free to attend and open to technical staff, system administrators and IT professionals.
Ramp up actionable insights across your most
demanding workloads—like advanced analytics, in-memory
databases, or virtualized and hybrid cloud—with Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory fueled by
2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors,
combining large capacity and near-DRAM speeds
with support for data persistence.
Maximize the Power of Your Data
For SAP HANA* in-memory analytics workloads,
DRAM and Intel Optane DC persistent memory combined
can support up to 25% larger datasets on fewer servers
compared to all-DRAM servers.¹ For the fastest path
to Intel Optane DC persistent memory deployment,
SAP HANA extension nodes create larger memory
capacity without disrupting existing infrastructure.
Demand for virtualized Microsoft SQL Server* databases
is growing—but server scale-out comes with increased costs.
Compared to a DRAM-only system, Intel Optane DC
persistent memory supports up to 36% more VMs per
node—reducing data center footprint while helping
businesses maintain customer SLAs.
Enterprise IT organizations at the edge and in the data
center need low-maintenance infrastructure for data
collection and processing. Intel® Select Solutions for
Azure Stack HCI* simplifies adoption of on-premises HCI,
driving lower network infrastructure, power, and cooling
costs—for an estimated 26% lower hardware cost per VM.³
Extract actionable insights from your data with
Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory, powered by
2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors.