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    A school district near Sydney has improved the performance of its storage infrastructure through a flash RAM-based infrastructure

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  • PernixData FVP boosts RAM as host storage with up to 4x compression

    Flash caching firm PernixData adds compression to FVP 2.5 for more scope to use RAM as host-based storage for high-performance datasets

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  • What are some other techniques you use to reclaim RAM for VMs?

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  • How the balloon driver helps VM performance

    Using the balloon driver in VMware Tools is a better option for reclaiming RAM from a VM otherwise there may be a bigger performance issue.

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  • PernixData adds RAM pools to FVP flash caching software

    Flash caching software maker PernixData adds the ability to create cache pools from server RAM

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  • Egenera stuffs 64 GB of RAM on a single blade server

    Egenera introduces a new blade platform with more memory than any other server it offers.

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  • Make Windows 10 performance sing by tweaking RAM, service settings

    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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  • What is the relationship between cache technology, CPU and RAM?

    As flash memory caching is on its way in because of its cost and non-volatile nature, RAM may be on its way out the door, says analyst Jon Toigo.

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  • The best storage for VDI environments? RAM, of course

    RAM it in! VDI storage needs IOPS, but what’s the best way to get it? Not HDD or SSD, but RAM and caching software, says GlassHouse Technologies’ Jamie McGinty

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  • What is the difference between memory and storage?

    Both terms are used to refer to internal storage space on a computer. Memory, usually referred to as Random Access Memory (RAM), is the place where an application loads its data during processing, while a hard disk drive is usually the place where data is stored for long or short term retention....

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