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How Russia's oldest bank found itself on the leading edge of in-memory computing

Katherine Noyes | June 1, 2016
'The systems built 15 years ago couldn't cope,' one executive says.

Sberbank was so pleased with the initial results it saw that it became an investor in GridGain early this year. Over time, it plans to expand its three nodes to hundreds.

"It will be a client-centric architecture where every client with all his data and products will live on a particular node on the grid," Khasin said. "It's all in memory, and there's always a single version of the truth for all client and transaction data."


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