Tag: low latency

eventual consistency and 5G

Eventual Consistency and 5G Won’t Play Well Together

September 17, 2020
5G has a headline requirement for 1ms latencies. Legacy RDBMS products can’t come anywhere near this. Many newer database products will face serious problems because they use Eventual Consistency. Why? Latency In order to provide scalability and resilience, new DB technologies keep multiple copies of data on different physical servers. As a result, the loss [...]
How to Measure Latency

How Do You Measure 5G Latency? Expert Q & A Session, Part 3

August 05, 2019
Recently, we hosted our webinar, “Is Your 5G Data Architecture Ready for Microservices?”, hosted in conjunction with FierceWireless. This unique session, VoltDB’s Chief Technologist, Dheeraj Remella engaged in a roundtable discussion with Iain Gillott, Founder and President, iGR about a variety of topics related to 5G and how to prepare your architecture for the coming [...]
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4 Sources of Latency and How to Avoid Them

November 16, 2017

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared on November 1, 2017 on the InfoWorld blog. It is republished with permission. Even Google and Amazon can’t process data instantly—here’s how to combat latency in your real-time application Despite all the advances we’ve seen in data processing and database technology, there is no escaping data’s Public Enemy No. […]

Why Telcos Need a Real-Time Analytics Strategy

June 09, 2017

Historically, telco analytics have been limited and difficult. Telco networks and the systems that support those networks are some of the most advanced technology solutions in existence. The performance requirements for telco networks are staggering – the ability to process millions of transactions per second, the ability to manage billions of events per day, and […]

Shocking Fact: Stored Procedures make OLTP faster. Seriously!

April 11, 2017

There are three ways to interact with the database in client / server computing: Play “Twenty Questions” with SQL statements; Move all the data to the client, and then back again; and, Use a stored procedure to move the problem to the server. Of these, using stored procedures is the most efficient and logical choice […]

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