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What do you think of Persper a software development kit SDK for programmers to write code that runs on persistent memory?

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Persistent memory can significantly speed up applications (typically 2x - 14x). Persper™ provides an easy-to-use library which reaches the best balance between performance gain and development ease.We help software developers get best application performance from 3D XPoint-like persistent memory with minimal development costs!

 

Who should use Persper™?

 

Software developers whose products are performance-critical. In the slides, we provide two specific cases: the game developers/companies, and online-service developers/providers.

 

How to access Persper™?

 

We will release free open-source versions with basic functionality and optimization for individual developers.

Developers who care most about their applications’ performance and end users’ experience can purchase our full commercial versions and professional support. We will also partner with cloud providers to provide integrated deployment of persistent memory and its development/optimization environment.

 

To you all:

 

We are looking for genuine feedbacks, questions and interest on this very early stage startup that we’re working on. To get more idea on Persper please visit: http://persper.com/thynvm/ At this point, we’re working on a free version with basic functionality for individual users. We also want to know at what price you’d happy to purchase our product(a tentative price would be good) given your expectations are met? (If you’re working for a company or as a team, you may discuss with your lead)

Please leave your name & email id with it. Much appreciate. Thanks.

 

Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/SalIkin1/persper-enjoy-persistent-memory

 

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