Teradata Corporation today announced the availability of the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance 2580, which delivers up to twice the performance of the previous version. With the release of one terabyte drives, in addition to the current 300-gigabyte and 450-gigabyte drives, the capability of the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance meets a wide range of customers’ performance and data volume needs.

 

“We decided to move our data warehouse environment to the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance, as it was the only technology that allowed us to scale up effortlessly and efficiently. We have rapidly expanded the number of banking customers, which has resulted in the growth of customer transactions as well as the number of internal data warehouse users. Our data warehouse users are successfully running more analyses and reports every day,” said Henryk Baniowski, chief information officer, Alior Bank.

 

The Data Warehouse Appliance 2580 is a third-generation appliance and a member of the Teradata Purpose-Built Platform Family. It provides a lower cost entry point for business analytics and seamless migration to the Active Enterprise Data Warehouse platform when customers require it. Significant enhancements include leveraging the power of Teradata Database 13, with Intel Xeon Nehalem processors that are capable of hyper-threading and thrice the memory. The Teradata Database, combined with the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance, offers improved query optimizer performance and in-database data mining and geospatial capabilities. Data loading has been simplified with the introduction of Teradata EasyLoader, which offers customers a single-step execution to easily load data into the appliance.

 

In mid-2010, Teradata will be adding a new Teradata Extreme Performance Appliance; the industry’s first all solid state drive appliance for hyper-analytics giving customers more performance and price options.

 

Teradata Corporation today announced the availability of the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance 2580, which delivers up to twice the performance of the previous version. With the release of one terabyte drives, in addition to the current 300-gigabyte and 450-gigabyte drives, the capability of the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance meets a wide range of customers’ performance and data volume needs.

 

“We decided to move our data warehouse environment to the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance, as it was the only technology that allowed us to scale up effortlessly and efficiently. We have rapidly expanded the number of banking customers, which has resulted in the growth of customer transactions as well as the number of internal data warehouse users. Our data warehouse users are successfully running more analyses and reports every day,” said Henryk Baniowski, chief information officer, Alior Bank.

 

The Data Warehouse Appliance 2580 is a third-generation appliance and a member of the Teradata Purpose-Built Platform Family. It provides a lower cost entry point for business analytics and seamless migration to the Active Enterprise Data Warehouse platform when customers require it. Significant enhancements include leveraging the power of Teradata Database 13, with Intel Xeon Nehalem processors that are capable of hyper-threading and thrice the memory. The Teradata Database, combined with the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance, offers improved query optimizer performance and in-database data mining and geospatial capabilities. Data loading has been simplified with the introduction of Teradata EasyLoader, which offers customers a single-step execution to easily load data into the appliance.

 

In mid-2010, Teradata will be adding a new Teradata Extreme Performance Appliance; the industry’s first all solid state drive appliance for hyper-analytics giving customers more performance and price options.



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