Definition of TPC-H Benchmark

What does is it mean and how is it used

What is a TPC-H Benchmark? 

A TPC-H Benchmark is a transaction processing and database benchmark specific to decision support – i.e. analytics, run and managed by the Transaction Processing Performance Council.

Exasol holds the number one position in the TPC-H benchmark for both raw performance and price performance on data volumes ranging from 300GB through to 100TB.

Why use the TPC-H Benchmark? 

Many databases claim to be the fastest, so the TPC-H Benchmark gives you a reliable source to base your judgement on.

Exasol holds the number one position in the TPC-H benchmark for both raw performance and price performance on data volumes ranging from 300GB through to 100TB.

Did you know? 

Exasol holds the number one position in the TPC-H benchmark for both raw performance and price performance on data volumes ranging from 300GB through to 100TB.

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Over the years, there have been over 220 recorded TPC-H benchmarks. Exasol has maintained its position as the undisputed leader with data volumes that range from 100GB up to 100TB.

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