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Record-Breaking Performance, Price/Performance and Energy Efficiency
Generational Leap in Performance
The TPC-H benchmark is the industry-recognized independent standard for measuring analytic database performance. Since 2002, database vendors have fought to demonstrate a gradual linear increase in performance in the TPC-H benchmark tests. This was not the exponential increase that we would expect to see in line with Moore’s Law.
In 2010, Actian submitted Vectorwise for the TPC-H assessment for the first time. Since then, Vectorwise smashed every previous TPC-H@100GB (non-clustered) result by the largest margin ever recorded.
Vectorwise has since been benchmarked on Dell, Cisco and HP hardware, and continues to demonstrate performance, price/performance, and energy efficiency that is better than any other vendor by an order of magnitude.
Since 2010, Vectorwise continues to lead the way in record-breaking performance
Faster Performance, More Affordable
Today Vectorwise holds the TPC-H records for 100 GB, 300 GGB, and 1 TB. The TPC-H@1TB benchmark chart below shows Vectorwise managed to break the previous benchmark by the largest margin ever, using half the RAM and less than half the cores of the previous benchmark. Since this benchmark Oracle and Microsoft have submitted their own benchmarks showing they could not come close to matching Vectorwise’s performance, even with more, newer hardware.
Spend less on hardware
Vectorwise demonstrates dramatically less cost per query, and offers superior energy efficiency as the TPC-H graph below illustrates. This is because Vectorwise’s unique architecture that exploit today’s CPU features unlike any other database, meaning you can do more with less.