In this video, Bruce Toal from Convey Computer discusses how the company’s hybrd-core systems provide superior performance on graph computing applications. Recorded at SC11 in Seattle.
There is little doubt that memory systems are an ‘Achilles Heel’ of handling big data applications. Today’s commodity systems are optimized for sequential memory accesses, not the random accesses typically found in graph problems. This really hurts performance when processing large-scale analytics applications,” explained Bruce Toal, CEO and co-founder of Convey Computer. “Our hybrid-core solution combines a powerful memory subsystem, which is ideal for massive data analytics, and a graph-friendly architecture capable of managing multi-terabyte graphs with billions of nodes.”
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