Teradata claims world's fastest datawarehouse

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Teradata claims world's fastest datawarehouse

Cliff Saran

Teradata has introduced what it claims is the world's fastest datawarehouse. The Blurr appliance uses solid state discs, instead of hard discs to support real-time data analytics. The company claims the appliance is 150 times faster than an enterprise hard disc drive system.

Costing about four times as much as Teradata's existing high-end disc-based datawarehouse appliance, the system is designed for applications that require real-time analytics, such as managing a global supply chain, algorithmic trading in financial services, or to track customer behaviour on a website.

Teradata Blurr


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