Since outlining its plans at SAPPHIRE Now for how in-memory computing will dramatically increase the availability and speed of business information, SAP, alongside key partners and customers, has made significant strides for its latest in-memory computing innovation, SAP High-Performance Analytic Appliance (SAP HANA) software, it said.
What does HANA stand for?
HANA stands for High-Performance Analytic Appliance (SAP)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
New High-Performance Analytic Appliance With Software from SAP Enables Business Users to Model Business Scenarios and Analyze Data in Real-Time Without Disruption Today, customers are dealing with an information explosion that includes data in both transactional and analytic applications, as well as new kinds of data from social networks and the Web.
provider of the first high-performance analytic appliance for the MySQL[TM] market, has launched a US-based contest to find the organization with the most compelling story of "data warehouse pain.