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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 (Single instruction, multiple data) to speed up queries. We use HP DL380 G9 Servers for our DB. Since This series are ...
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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 ...