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FOSS SIG - Ingres - Vectorwise

by Alan Milligan last modified Feb 02, 2010 10:25 AM
Why do existing databases still use the same process architecture designed in the 80s? While chip technology evolved with Moore's Law, databases have become the bottleneck for so many solutions such as business intelligence and data warehousing. With Vectorwise, all that will change.
When Mar 10, 2010
from 06:15 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Sydney Mechanical School of the Arts
Contact Name
Contact Phone 0415154330
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Vectorwise exploits modern hardware to boost performance, reduce energy consumption and costs. Vectorwise creates ground-breaking database technology, based on vectorized and column-wise data processing that can handle more data faster and cheaper.

It is the first-ever database engine that succeeds in unleashing the performance potential of modern computers and offers a highly efficient solution that is superior to previous technology. As a result, Vectorwise allows users to process much larger amount of data using less hardware, handling your database workloads at much lower cost. Be amazed by the speed difference.


Marc Titmuss



Marc has over 20 years experience in high end enterprise computing.

Having worked in Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific as a Technical Architect, Marc has deployed large Enterprise systems for companies such as Virgin Mobile, Bank Paribas, Citibank, Irish Revenue, Etisalat, DHS, Telstra and Qantas.

He is passionate about ITIL/ITSM service delivery & Service Orientated Architecture. Marc joined Ingres from HP in 2006 as a Lead Technical Architect and was promoted to Director of Services in 2007.

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