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    Symbolic IO emerges from stealth, with a claim that its IRIS product can shrink memory-based storage, rehydrate it quickly in RAM and preserve it intact.

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    PernixData FVP RAM caching supports Viterbi's VMware Horizon hosted on Dell EqualLogic hybrid arrays for CAD, computational dynamics, and modeling and simulation applications.

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    VDI storage bottlenecks don't have to mean extra SAN; Atlantis Computing lets virtual desktop customers use server RAM instead.

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    With a few tweaks such as maximizing RAM, disabling visual effects and getting rid of unnecessary services, you can make Windows 10 run even faster.

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  • Apple Fight is a Red Herring

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  • Service provider turns RAM into VDI storage with Atlantis

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  • PernixData FVP adds RAM compression to server-side storage cache

    PernixData Flash Virtualization Platform's latest version compresses data on RAM, and its server-side caching software pools flash and memory resources.

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