HPE promotes Memory Driven Computing at GITEX
HPE highlights power of new computing architecture at GITEX
Tech giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is at GITEX Technology Week, where it's promoting a new computing architecture and technology innovation.
This year the company is using its participation at GITEX to promote Memory Driven Computing (MDC), with in-memory computing solutions which deliver massive increases in performance and computing power.
The technology major is also this year's Platinum Sponsor of the 38th edition of GITEX.
The vendor is highlighting a number of technology innovations and advancements in computing that are changing data centre practices and creating new possibilities through greatly increased data processing power.
Fabio Fontana, vice president and managing director, HPE Middle East, says the company has a stronger presence, together with its partners, to expand the value that joint solutions can deliver.
Fontana says throughout this week customers and partners have the opportunity to see the first MDC solution in the Middle East, and are engaging with experts from HPE to understand how it works and how it can help deliver a tremendous step forward in performance.
He points out that this new computing architecture from HPE is designed for a world where organisations have to process massive amounts of data. "Think what you can do if you can accelerate the execution of in-memory analytics by 15 times, perform a large-scale graph-inference 100 times faster, or evaluate a financial model ten thousand times faster," he asks? "You can completely rethink critical processes and deliver a positive impact on the way people live and work."
Fontana says HPE has also taken advantage of its unique and proven methodology of pairing its senior technologists and consultants with customers and partner executives to organise ‘Meet the Expert' sessions. "During this week, we are discussing how HPE is the best digital life enabler Partner," he says.