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Hitachi Launches UCP Server, Storage Tool for SAP Hana Database System; Ravi Chalaka Comments

Hitachi Launches UCP Server, Storage Tool for SAP Hana Database System; Ravi Chalaka Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

HitachiHitachi Data Systems has agreed to combine its Hitachi Unified Compute Platform storage and server tool with the SAP Hana in-memory database management system to help users speed up processing of big data and reduce the need for upgrades of infrastructure systems.

The company said Tuesday it designed the Hitachi UCP tool for SAP Hana with at least 25 memory configurations that can store and manage up to 6 terabytes of data.

The Hitachi UCP platform has blade servers that are equipped with Xeon Processor E7-8800 v3 product portfolio from Intel.

Hitachi also teamed up with Pentaho to introduce another UCP product for SAP Hana that would enable developers to extract and analyze large-scale information from various sources.

“Increasingly, organizations must be able to access real-time applications, utilize the cloud, and store, manage and analyze business data to achieve the insights that will result in continued business growth and opportunity, improved management and accelerated innovation,” said Ravi Chalaka, Hitachi vice president of solutions marketing.

“Our continued partnership, collaboration and integration with our partners, like SAP and Pentaho, allow us to change the game and deliver the converged solutions that connect what works with what’s next.”

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