Google Announces Instances with Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 644

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this episode of Chip Chat, Paul Nash, Product Manager Compute Engine on Google Cloud Platform at Google, discusses the industry trends impacting IaaS and how Google Cloud Platform together with Intel are driving innovation in the cloud. Together Google and Intel are optimizing hardware to support enterprise workloads including developing solutions for SAP HANA.

Google Cloud Platform is also announcing a new family of instances that leverage Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory. Learn more about the benefits this new memory tier offers Google’s customers along with more information on all the new instances being announced at Google Next 2019.

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