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The release of the next-generation in-memory DB appliance based on Synarex and Linux.

Monday, January 2nd, 2017.

The release of the next-generation in-memory DB appliance based on Synarex and Linux.

www.synerex.kr announced that it has signed a partnership contract with IBM and Islim Korea and has launched a Linux-based next-generation in-memory database (DB) appliance. Synerex explained that it is targeting the domestic database appliance market by releasing Linux servers of domestic server company E-Slim Korea (www.eslim.co.kr) and DB2 BLU In-Memory DB in the form of appliances for customers considering in-memory analysis and Linux and open source, which have recently become a hot topic in the big data market.

The company said it has high price competitiveness as it can supply products to meet customer needs at reasonable prices, and its performance is higher than its competitors, which can improve existing work performance by more than 30 times. In particular, it is very suitable for fast data analysis and large-capacity data processing.



This product can support a large amount of parallel processing through in-memory technology and can be SQL-compatible with databases such as Oracle and PostgreSQL, making it easy to transfer existing applications and minimize changes.



"We verified the performance of 10TB queries within seconds through this in-memory DB appliance, and it is the best choice for analysis applications in the upcoming big data era," said Park Jae-deok, director of Synerex. editor@itworld.co.kr

See the original text: http://www.itworld.co.kr/news/102421#csidx94df1166d1eec39bfc9295a32ff4730

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