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Stream Processors, DBMS Persistence, and Trends of Memory Costs

Mike Hogan in a post about stream processors and the actual trends of DRAM costs:

Some might argue that the trend is their friend, because DRAM is getting cheaper. Well DRAM prices have dropped about 33% per year, until 2012 when they started flat-lining and actually increasing.

DRAM

This can actually sustain my scenario about Teradata and Pivotal’s enterprise data warehouse market ascension compared to pure in-memory solutions.

Original title and link: Stream Processors, DBMS Persistence, and Trends of Memory Costs (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://scaledb.blogspot.com/2014/01/stream-processors-and-dbms-persistence.html