Memory-Driven Computing Posted on May 17, 2017 by RearchTeam From JFK’s Moonshot to the Mission to Mars Nearly 50 years ago, mankind reached the moon—remembering why and what it took to get there could help us make it to Mars. Get the historical perspective >> The Value of a Moonshot Why HPE CEO Meg Whitman is betting on an entirely new type of computing to unlock the next frontier of intellectual discovery. Hear from HPE CEO Meg Whitman >> Error 1202…All Systems Go? Eight minutes before Apollo 11 touched the surface of the moon, the on-board computer crashed owing to a data overload. What it means for the Mission to Mars >> Mars as a Metaphor for Life on Earth Landing on Mars will be far more demanding than the Moon mission of the 1960’s. We need a 21st century computer to solve our 21st century challenges. Why we need something new >> A Q&A with Two Dudes That Know The first human-led mission to Mars will rely more on computational power than manpower. A theoretical physicist and a computer engineer discuss. Read the Q+A on Mars >> New Data Correlations Will Change Your Industry From healthcare and transportation to city services and retail, putting your data to better use will be the future of progress and competitive advantage. See what it means for your biz >> What can you do with 4,096 Yottabytes of Data? When we can analyze that much data at once, we will discover new correlations and open up entirely new frontiers of intellectual discovery. Read about the new computer that can >> Memory-Driven Computing Explained We’re asking our computers to do jobs scientists couldn’t have imagined 60 years ago, at the dawn of the computer age. We need a new approach. Learn about Memory-Driven Computing >> The People Behind The Machine These four men and women are on a mission to create and entirely new way of computing. See what inspires them.