In-Data Computing

In-Data Computing (also known as In-Place Computing) is an abstract model in which all data is kept in an infinite and persistent memory space for both storage and computing. In-data computing is a data-centric approach, where data is computed in the same space it is stored. Instead of moving data to the code, code is moved to the data space for processing. With today’s 64-bit architecture and virtualization technology, BigObject® depicts a persistent and nearly infinite memory space for data.

With BigObject's In-Data Computing Technology, BigObject outperforms other solutions with less hardware resource requirement.