Researchers will be able to dream up groundbreaking new applications driven by Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s new data-intensive computer, called The Machine, say industry experts. HPE showed a prototype of the processor last week.

From advanced machine learning to real-time fraud detection to large graph inference techniques used for data security to seismic research and genomics, the new memory-driven architecture holds the promise for new avenues of extreme big-data research.

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