Although graph databases have great potential to directly represent huge and complex network structures, such as social and logistics networks, they currently do not perform well enough. To achieve a two-orders-of-magnitude performance improvement on graph database queries, the authors propose caching the graph database in distributed GPUs connected with a 10-Gbit Ethernet (10GbE) network. Property read, traverse, and graph search queries are accelerated by 25.9, 252.4, and 383.2 times, respectively, compared to those using Neo4j for a huge graph consisting of 3.2 million nodes whose degree is 100.
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