Displayed is the action on a 12 core processor. Here we can see daily and intraday streams being created in parallel. This is 12 times as efficient as attempting to create continuous data one at a time. A huge saving in man-hours for your extractions.
A 64 core machine running Windows Server 2008/12 would be capable of running 64 parallel processes simultaneously thereby reducing the wait time of creating back-adjusted data by nearly a factor of 2 fold for each doubling in cores available. i.e. a binomial progression 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 meaning 6 times faster than a single core in this case.
Portara can have a multi-processor machine custom built to your requirements by TitanUS without the need for separate machines in a cluster.
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