MemVerge is pleased to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named MemVerge as a finalist in the 2020 CRN Tech Innovator Awards. MemVerge was recognized for its MemVerge Memory Machine in the Servers category.
We are very proud to announce that Kathy Do, VP of Finance at MemVerge, has been selected as one of the 10 Edge Woman of the Year Finalists. The award recognizes those in a role impacting the direction of their organization’s strategy, technology, or communications around edge computing, edge software, edge infrastructure, or edge systems.
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Charlie Yu, MemVerge Director of System Engineering, demonstrates how Memory Machine software can snapshot data to persistent memory so that recovery of a terabyte of data can happen in a few seconds. The demo also shows how Memory Machine allows management from both the GUI and command line.
Charlie Yu, MemVerge Director of Systems Engineering, shows all new use cases for Big Memory in the “Memorizing the Future” series of demos, which includes DRAM, persistent memory and Memory Machine software.
A webinar hosted by MemVerge, Intel, NVIDIA, and The Next Platform where we share how NVIDIA high-performance networking, Intel Optane PMEM and Memory Machine software make Big Memory possible, and explore use cases in AI/ML, financial services and virtualized environments.
CRN looked at 10 data storage startups that made recent headlines as they came out of stealth or unveiled their first cloud storage, disaster recovery, and other innovations.
In this report, Eric Burgener, Research Vice President at IDC provides an overview of key Big Memory market dynamics. He proposes that as real-time analytics workloads become more prevalent, the gap in the memory/storage hierarchy is highlighting a significant market opportunity that is addressed by Big Memory Computing.
Penguin Computing is a leader in providing servers for scientific and business high-performance computing. For the fast-emerging class of real-time analytics and machine learning applications with massive data sets, running completely in-memory is critical to meeting their performance requirements.
In this episode of the “GreyBeards on Storage” podcast, Ray Lucchesi and Matt Leib talk to MemVerge CEO, Charles Fan, about Optane persistent memory, and Memory Machine software, including it’s suite of data services.