HANA has the lowest latency because it is in-memory. When there are two nodes a penalty is paid for crossing the network… this makes sense.
Exadata does well because the X3 product has SSD cache and I assumed an 80% hit ratio.
Teradata does a little worse because I assumed a lower hit ratio (they have less SSD per TB of data).
Greenplum does worse as they do all I/O against disks.