In-Memory Database Processing with SAP HANA – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 193

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Jeff Word, a VP at SAP, stops by to talk about SAP HANA, the first enterprise-scale completely native in-memory database. Keeping the database in RAM means that business data (point of sale, as well as Web 2.0) can be processed in parallel at real-time speeds.

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