NGD Systems is focused on bringing computation to data and in doing so, changing the economics and footprint requirements of real-time big data analytics. NGD’s advanced storage technology deploys patented In-Situ Processing technology to provide a computational storage capability that achieves unparalleled scalability for near real-time data processing. Included within the storage products are a patented Elastic FTL algorithm and patented advanced LDPC Engine architecture to provide industry leading capacity, scalability and reliability. The company is led by a seasoned executive team that helped deliver the world’s first enterprise storage SSD and shape the storage industry, with decades in leadership positions with storage companies such as Western Digital, STEC, Memtech, ST Micro, M-Systems, Micron and Broadcom.
Hyperscale Data Centers
Hyperscale data centers execute a wide variety of workloads, many of them parallel in nature. By utilizing intelligent storage for these workloads, hyperscale data centers reduce CapEx, OpEx, power/cooling, and physical footprint.
Content Delivery Networks
Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) need to be able to rapidly provide a variety of encrypted and access-controlled content to subscribers. Intelligent storage allows access control and encryption to occur at the point of storage, reducing costs.
Fog Storage and the Intelligent Edge
With a growing need to store and analyze data at the edge, or newly defined Fog Storage market, a gap in analytical ability is growing. Intelligent storage solutions solve the low power, more efficient compute needs without strain on the edge and fog platforms.
Nader Salessi/Scott Shadley on Cube Part 2
Hear from NGD Systems CEO Nader Salessi and VP of Marketing Scott Shadley about how computational storage will change the way organizations handle petabyte-scale real-time analytics, big data, and edge computing.
Find out why 451 Research thinks about NGD Systems Computational Storage and its potential impact on the market.
In-Situ Processing White Paper
The advent of high-performance, high-capacity flash storage has changed the dynamics of the storage-compute relationship. Today, a handful of NVMe flash devices can easily saturate the PCIe bus complex of most servers.