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Image Gallery: 11 Leading Data Warehousing Appliances

Enterprises are abandoning conventional warehouse development approaches in favor of prepackaged apps and hardware configurations combining database management systems, processing power, storage, and connectivity. Here are the leaders.
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SAP has expanded on the in-memory and column-store database technology behind its SAP BW Accelerator to deliver SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, a tool that can quickly explore large data sets across multiple sources. The same technology will drive a High-Performance Analytic Appliance set to debut by year end.


Learn more about how data warehousing is shifting to an analytics arms race.

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