|Fall 2013 STAC Summits|| |
Engineering for Big Workloads and Fast Workloads - NY, Chicago, and London
|STAC Reports: STAC-A2 with Intel Xeon and Intel Xeon Phi|| |
First STAC-A2 results on 2-socket and 4-socket Intel Xeon (Sandy Bridge) systems and Intel Xeon Phi system.
|STAC Reports: Intel SSDs with kdb+ 2.8 on IBM x3750 M4|| |
Intel DC SSD S3700 exhibits significant speedup in read-intensive benchmarks and data throughput benchmarks compared to previous generation of SSD drives.
|STAC Report: DRW Technologies NetRaptor Packet Capture Appliance|| |
Without loss: captured 10Gbps on one port, sustained aggregate 1Gbps while handling 48 concurrent queries, tolerated line-rate bursts >1GB per port across multiple ports.
|STAC Report: kdb+ v3.1 and Kove under STAC-M3|| |
New records for mean latency (response time) in 15 of 17 benchmarks. Some of them 4x to 8x better than the previous records.
|STAC Reports: Scalable Informatics siFlash & Jack Rabbit with STAC-M3|| |
Fastest mean latency (response time) in the NBBO and Write benchmarks to date. Of systems using kdb+ 2.8, best performance in 5 of 17 benchmarks.
|STAC Report: Redline, Dell acceleration, STAC-T1.EMINI|| |
At 8x market rate, mean tick-to-trade latency was 5.2 microseconds with a standard deviation of 1.2 microseconds.
|STAC Report: NovaSparks FPGA appliance and STAC-M1|| |
At 20x market data rate, mean latency was 1.4 microseconds, and jitter was 150 nanoseconds.
|Vault Report: First STAC-N of Supermicro overclocked servers and RoCE|| |
Audited STAC-N Benchmark of Supermicro overclocked servers using RHEL 6.3 HPN Add-On and Red Hat Developer Toolset with Mellanox ConnectX-3 adapters and RoCE.
|June 2013 STAC Summits|| |
Events in NY, London, and Chicago to discuss key issues in Big Workloads and Fast Workloads