October 15, 2013
FOSTER CITY, Calif., Oct. 15 -- GridGain Systems today announced the availability of the industry's first end-to-end In-Memory Computing infrastructure stack. The GridGain Stack -- which includes high performance computing, streaming, and In-Memory Database, as well as drop-in acceleration for Hadoop -- enables companies to innovate ahead of the business cycle by doing every data-oriented task much, much faster - conquering challenges that are beyond the capabilities of traditional technology.
GridGain's In-Memory Computing Stack expands possibilities for real-time decision making, enabling businesses to better understand customer preferences and external influences, and extract insights across broad data sets.
"In-Memory technology will completely redefine computing as we know it, and we're making it available to everyone in a comprehensive, unified and easily accessible package," said Nikita Ivanov, CEO and founder of GridGain. "You typically have to integrate at least two products to achieve what we do out of the box."
GridGain's solid, tested end-to-end stack -- the product of 5 years of meticulous development, built from the ground up -- offers low-latency, high performance computing for any category of payload and a wide variety of data processing requirements. Through the high performance capabilities of in-memory computing, GridGain delivers:
"Traditional computing has literally reached its limit in terms of processing," said Ivanov. "As a result, companies are having trouble deriving live action from streaming data. GridGain accelerates the processing of data and allows businesses to pivot at pace with the market"
Unlike traditional processing, which takes the data to the computation -- a time-consuming, resource-intensive process -- GridGain's In-Memory Stack brings the computation to the data, unlocking resources and delivering actionable information at a much faster rate.
GridGain's complete In-Memory Computing platform enables organizations to conquer challenges that traditional technology can't even fathom. While most organizations now ingest infinitely more data than they can possibly make sense of, GridGain's customers leverage a new level of realtime computing power that allows them to easily innovate ahead of the accelerating pace of business. Built from the ground up, GridGain's product line delivers all the high performance benefits of In-Memory Computing in a simple, intuitive package. From high performance computing, streaming and database to Hadoop acceleration, GridGain provides a complete end-to-end stack for low-latency, high performance computing for each and every category of payloads and data processing requirements. Fortune 500 companies, top government agencies and innovative mobile and web companies use GridGain to achieve unprecedented performance and business insight. GridGain is headquartered in Foster City, California. Learn more at http://www.gridgain.com.
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