TimesTen is an RDMS from Oracle that stores all data in-memory for quick response time.

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Can Oracle TimesTen (or 12c's In-Memory) benefit from GPU?

I have looked into TimesTen and In-Memory recently. They claim they use SIMD to speed up queries. We use HP DL380 G9 Servers for our DB. Since This series are limited to the Intel Core architecture, ...
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Provides Oracle's database in-memory?

I'm trying to find out, if Oracle's newest database release 12c comes per default as an in-memory database or does it use TimesTen for this feature? According to Wikipedia (Oracle Database) it ...
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Oracle TimesTen vs Oracle database in-memory

Oracle has recently announced its latest Oracle database in-memory feature in 12c. Oracle already had an in-memory database TimesTen and now I was wondering as to what the the differences between ...
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“Oneway” Replication from Oracle DB to TimesTen

currently I'm really stuck into a problem and I not able to finde a nice way to realize that. I need a suggestion to replicate from oracle db (some tables) to a TimesTen. A connection is only ...
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TimesTen performance as compared to 10g

I am new here, so please be nice... I have a question regarding TimesTen & Oracle. I have attempted an experiment with both pieces of software, and realize that the query speed on a table is ...