Case Study: AMD Boosts Data Warehouse Performance with Parallel Processing Appliance
sponsored by HP

In testing semiconductor wafers, worldwide company AMD uses a data warehouse to process and analyze one terabyte of data each week. Their data warehouse, however, began founding under the load and they were struggling to maintain their service level agreement in delivering data to their analysts.

Access this brief case study to learn how switching to Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Parallel Data Warehouse helped them increase performance, and also:

  • Improve performance of data warehouse used to analyze wafer electrical tests, helping analysts uncover microprocessor trends sooner
  • Process 10,000-13,000 reporting queries a day
  • Reduce data warehouse support by an estimated 90 percent
  • Cut data storage costs by an average of three to six times thanks to data compression
  • And more!
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