Exasol shrinks its in-memory database onto an Intel NUC for proof-of-concept analytics work

Daniel Robinson
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Meet the hardware that's going to run your big-data proof-of-concept
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Meet the hardware that's going to run your big-data proof-of-concept

Free edition of Exasol's in-memory database designed to run on a single server or PC for big-data pilot projects

Analytics software specialist Exasol has created an eye-catching way for potential customers to run proof-of-concept pilots for nascent big data projects - by offering a free version of its ExaSolution...

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