In-Memory Computing

Definition updated on November 2023

What is in-memory computing?

In-memory computing refers to storing data in the main RAM of dedicated servers rather than in complicated relational databases operating on comparatively slow disk drives. It allows for faster data retrieval and is used for high-performance computing tasks.

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