Virtual Memory to be shared across servers

RNA Networks, a virtualization start-up in stealth mode says it will offer technology that aggregates memory and shares it across servers, improving performance of online transaction processing and clustered or grid computing.

RNA CEO Clive Cook, previously CEO of wireless broadband company Verilan and telecom software vendor Elematics, calls memory “the third wave of virtualization,” after servers and storage. Its technology is already being used by a multi-billion dollar global hedge fund to speed up the processing of trades.

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