Monday, May 15, 2017

HPE to present Memory-Driven Computing and its potential to support the mission to Mars on Facebook live event.



The mission to Mars will require the most powerful computing system the world has ever seen. But the incremental increases we are seeing in our computing power will not meet the exponential demands of our future challenges. We need a twenty-first century computer to solve twenty-first century problems, and HPE has the answer. 

The Machine Research Project – the largest and most complex research project in HPE’s history – is developing the world’s first Memory-Driven Computing architecture, specifically designed for the Big Data era.



Tune in next Tuesday, May 16, 2017, at 11:20 AM PT / 2:20 PM ET to watch Hewlett Packard Labs chief architect and lead for The Machine research project, Kirk Bresniker, deliver a Facebook Live presentation from Washington D.C. on Memory-Driven Computing and its potential to support the mission to Mars. 


More information on HPE News

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