Gordon E. Moore’s famously predicted tech explosion was prophetic, but it may have hit a snag. While the number of transistors on integrated circuits has doubled approximately every two years since his 1965 paper, the ability to process and transact on data hasn’t.
We’re now ingesting data faster than we can make sense of it, leaving computing at an impasse. Without a new approach, the innovation promised by the combination of Big Data and internet scale may be like the flying cars we thought we’d see by 2014. Fortunately, this is is not the case, as in-memory computing offers a way to bridge this impasse.
To read the full blog post on how Gridgain is unifying the cloud, big data and real-time analytics to accelerate innovation, click here.
The blog post is written by Abe Kleinfeld and Nikita Ivanov from @GridGain on @Ulitzer