If you code correctly you can optane great results
Oracle Labs has found that applications will need a bit of work before they can really take advantage of storage-class RAM like Intel's Optane. In a paper titled Persistent Memcached: Bringing Legacy Code to Byte-Addressable Persistent Memory that Big Red says will land in July 2017, but which can be had on co-author Tim …
because it's early days yet and only the most optimistic would assume that just dropping in new super-fast new kit would automatically see software sing.
I'm pretty sure that's exactly how Intel sold it. "software [that] sing[s]" might even be a registered trademark of Intel's, better look it up.
1000X performance was the promise if I recall.
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