While the tablet market is driving up NAND flash memory demand, Apple's iPad is commanding over its rivals and gobbling up memory like hotcakes.
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Reports suggest that while Apple is ramping up for an iPad 3 launch, a push for an enterprise-focused, cheaper iPad 2 with less memory could also be on the cards.
The common wisdom is that the arrival of iCloud and iOS 5 will let us store our stuff on the cloud and buy an iPhone and iPad with less memory. However, a recent developer blog post warns that more memory is the better choice.
In the run up to SAP TechEd Las Vegas there are three major themes we can expect to hear a LOT about:HANA - SAP's pitch for high speed, in-memory analytics and applicationsMobile - some of us have been privileged to see some pretty spiffy demos of new applications with plenty of iPad love thrown in.Analytics - activists in the BI space have been moaning about delays to GA for BI4.
You'd think that Apple would have mastered the whole hot-product distribution channel thing, but last Friday's iPad 2 launch is turning out to be one of its biggest fiascos in recent memory.
The fourth version of SAP's BusinessObjects data analysis software, announced Wednesday, includes in-memory computing and support for mobile devices like the iPad.
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