"Teradata is relentlessly dedicated to engineering a smarter, simpler way to leverage memory and CPU to drive performance," said Gnau. "Blindly throwing additional memory at a problem has diminishing returns, particularly when it comes to big data. Teradata's sophisticated approach automatically and efficiently places the right data in-memory to get the performance they need for the best cost."
In Teradata Database 15.10, Teradata Intelligent Memory will be enhanced to reduce the load on memory bandwidth, improve CPU efficiency, reduce I/O to disk, and improve overall system efficiency.
The improvements come as Teradata is expected to announce this week further company commitments to developing products around the open source Hadoop data processing system.
The enhancements to the Teradata Database will be available in the first half of 2015.
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