October 02, 2013
NEW YORK, N.Y., Oct. 2 -- Since 1999, Altibase has pioneered the In-Memory Database space with its beginnings as a government-sponsored research initiative on In-Memory computing 20 years ago. Altibase is widely considered as the most battle-tested In-Memory Database solution in the world with over 500 enterprise clients and thousands of deployments that primarily focus on the most mission-critical, core systems.
“We are thrilled to be part of the Gartner ITxpo 2013. The Gartner Emerging Technology Pavilion is the perfect venue for Altibase to demonstrate its deep, time-proven maturity in In-Memory Database management solutions. The In-Memory space is heating up and as Altibase approaches In-Memory Database solutions from a position of maturity and years of unmatched experience, we look forward to helping companies across all verticals strategize their In-Memory deployments effectively and with absolute peace of mind," said Chris Chung, CEO of Altibase Inc.
Gartner Symposium/ITxpo sets itself apart as the ultimate setting for thought leadership and relevant technologies by bringing the most influential business and technology leaders together. Altibase Inc.’s CEO, Chris Chung will present “Speed or Size? Data Management Compromise? Altibase’s Hybrid Solution,” on Monday October 7, 2013 at 6:40PM, in the Emerging Technology Pavilion Theater. Mr. Chung will discuss how companies can realize the benefits of both real-time data processing and mass storage capabilities with one simple solution, ALTIBASE HDB. “Speed or Size? With Altibase HDB There is no choice - There is no compromise.”
ALTIBASE HDB combines the extreme speed of In-Memory with the storage capacity of On-Disk in a single unified engine. The net effect allows companies to manage and utilize multi-temperature data easily and as needed. ALTIBASE HDB offers extreme-performance, Big Data storage, zero-latency, 100% uptime, absolute data integrity and massive scalability in a unified solution.
“IMC [In-Memory Computing] provides enhanced features such as reduced latency level and provision of real-time data on demand. Major vendors in the IMC market space include SAP, Oracle, IBM, Altibase…” according to “In-Memory Computing Market by (Data Management, Databases, Data Grids, Application Platforms) worth $13.23 Billion by 2018.”
“Gartner Symposium/ITxpo is the world's most important gathering of CIOs and senior IT executives. Our 2013 agenda offers 500+ analyst sessions, workshops, roundtables and mastermind keynotes across five full days. With 10 role-based tracks and 11 industry tracks, the agenda targets your specific title responsibilities and ways to adapt new ideas and strategy to your industry, along with insight on what's next in IT.”
Altibase is a world leader in In-Memory data management systems and provides high performance computing solutions to top companies worldwide. Altibase has helped hundreds of enterprise clients in Telecommunications, Financial Services, Manufacturing and Government with their growing database management needs. For more information call 888-837-7333 or visit Altibase at http://www.altibase.com
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