|STAC Report: STAC-A2 on NVIDIA & IBM iDataPlex|| |
Over 9x the average speed of a system with the same class of CPUs but no GPUs in the end-to-end Greeks benchmark.
|More STAC-N1 results in STAC Vault: MRG, Chelsio, Supermicro o/c IvyBridge|| |
First STAC-N1 results using Red Hat Enterprise MRG Realtime.
|STAC Report: kdb+ 3.1 with IBM FlashSystem 810 on IBM System x3750 M4|| |
Performed better in 13 of the 17 response-time benchmarks than the next best system with flash storage, four Sandy Bridge CPUs, and kdb+ 3.1.
|STAC Report: kdb+ 3.1 with Scalable Informatics Ceph Storage Cloud|| |
First public STAC-M3 results on a distributed file system.
|STAC Report: IBM BigInsights vs Apache Hadoop, using SWIM|| |
BigInsights performed jobs ~4x faster than pure Apache Hadoop and was ~11x faster in pure scheduling speed.
|STAC Report: kdb+ 3.1 with Scalable Informatics Time Series Analytics Appliance|| |
New records set for 10 of the 17 STAC-M3 response-time benchmarks as well as 2 new records in bytes read per second.
|STAC Report: STAC-A2 on Ivy Bridge|| |
2-socket Ivy Bridge was 1.5x faster in the end-to-end Greeks benchmark than previously tested 2-socket Sandy Bridge.
|STAC Report: STAC-N1 with Chelsio 10GbE with WireDirect TOE & UDP|| |
Mean latency for message rates from 100K to 1.4M msgs/sec did not exceed 3.2 microseconds, and 99.9th percentile latency did not exceed 8 microseconds.
|Webinar: STAC-A2 on Ivy Bridge / Monte Carlo optimization|| |
September 27 - Results revealed, and Intel presents four steps to improve Monte Carlo performance.
|STAC Report: kdb+ 3.1 with Intel SSD DC S3700 on IBM x3750 M4, using STAC-M3|| |
System using kdb+ 3.1 set a record for NBBO performance and was at least 2x faster in 14 of the 17 response-time benchmarks than an identical system using kdb+ 2.8.