[Ep.1] The Game Changer: An Introduction to Tiered Memory

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John Burke - CTO, Nemertes and Drew Peterson: Global Memory & Storage Sales Manager at Intel

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With over 90 percent of enterprises navigating a pandemic-accelerated Digital Transformation journey, the need to become more efficient, innovative and data-centric has never been more apparent. And with there being a glut of advice and strategies on how best to do this, it’s not always easy to cut through the noise and see which route may be the most effective for your business and workloads. One path to reaching this state of efficiency and innovation is through memory. Now a vital tool in minimizing costs and supercharging Digital Transformation initiatives, efficient memory capacity is an essential part of any enterprise’s modernization strategy. For decades, traditional DRAM was the primary memory solution in the market, and despite the incredible performance of DRAM, it has inherent capacity limitations and can be extremely expensive as you scale in capacity. The market is ready for a new way to approach memory challenges and better manage their data, and the answer to these common challenges is a concept called Tiered Memory. But what exactly is Tiered Memory, and what advantages can it offer? In episode 1 of Intel’s ‘Tiered Memory is Here’ series, John Burke, CTO of Nemertes and Drew Peterson, Global Memory & Storage Sales Manager at Intel, are coming together to answer just this, and to shed light on how it can offer an alternative to DRAM, deliver a unique combination of affordable large capacity and improve memory bound workloads. Join John and Drew in this 45-minute webinar to hear: - What Tired Memory is - and what it isn’t - How Tiered Memory can drive innovation and uncover new operational efficiencies - Common challenges that utilizing a Tiered Memory system can present, and how to overcome them - How Tiered Memory can lead to optimized business insights and analytics - And more
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