Intel: Machines Without Storage (Only Memory) Are Coming

Are traditional storage's days numbered? The push is on to perfect an open-source technology that allows your applications to keep data in memory — shut down the application and the machine — but the data will still be there when you need it.

Eric Kaczmarek, a senior Java performance architect in Intel’s Software Solution Group, spoke about this topic at the In-Memory Computing Summit Oct. 24 in San Francisco. His session was titled, "In-Persistent-Memory Computing with Java." 

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