HPE’s prototype puts memory at the heart of computing architecture


Hewlett Packard Enterprise(HPE) has effectively shown Memory-Driven Computing, an idea that puts memory, and not processing , at the focal point of computing platform.

As per Gartner the quantity of connected gadgets is expected to reach 20.8 billion by 2020. This will create an exceptional volume of information, which is developing at a speedier rate than the capacity to process, store, oversee and secure it with existing registering models. Created as a feature of The Machine reseach program, HPE’s proof-of-concept model speaks about noteworthy development in the organization’s endeavors to change the crucial engineering on which the sum total of what PCs have been worked for as long as 60 years.

Som Satsangi, VP & GM, Enterprise Group, Hewlett Packard Enterprise India said “With this prototype, we have demonstrated the potential of Memory-Driven Computing and also opened the door to immediate innovation,”

Apart from bringing up added capacity the project aims at expanding focus on exascale processing. Exascale is a highly developing part of of High Performance Computing (HPC) that aims to make PCs more capable than any framework online today.

Amid the outline period of the model, the simulations had anticipated the speed of this design would enhance current processing by numerous requests of greatness. The organization has run new programming devices on existing items, showing enhanced execution rates of up to 8,000 circumstances on an assortment of workloads.

HPE hopes to accomplish comparable outcomes as it grows the limit of the model with more hubs and memory.

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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk