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SAP HANA and Intel’s Ivy Bridge v2


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Many hardware vendors are on the verge or have already released their new certified SAP HANA servers based on the Intel Ivy Bridge v2 CPU and related chip sets. So what does this actually mean to the consumer?

  1. A faster RAM chip means faster query response time. The Ivy Bridge v2 CPU support DIMMS based on the DDR3-1066, 1333 or 1600 MHz architecture. The previous generation of servers only supported DDR3 memory clock speeds of  800, 978, 1066, 1333 or 1066. Faster clock speeds mean faster seek times. The net result is a faster SAP HANA system.
  2. A faster CPU clock also means faster query response times. The certified SAP HANA systems running the Ivy Bridge v2 CPU support clock speeds of 2.8 GHz with turbo speeds of 3.4 GHz. The previous generation of E7 CPU operated at 2.4 GHz with turbo speeds of 2.8 GHz. A faster clock means fewer wait cycles…

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  1. August 12, 2014 at 2:46 am

    If I were a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, now I’d say “Kbnuoawga, dude!”

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