NGD Systems Recognized by 451 Research as a 451 Firestarter
NGD Systems, Inc. received a 451 Firestarter award from leading technology research and advisory firm 451 Research, recognizing the company’s success in computational storage.
Solving The Memory Bottleneck
The trifecta of von Neumann architectures, Moore’s Law and Dennard scaling collectively force the industry to change and impact the way that applications have to think about the hardware platform that they run on.
When NVMe is Simply Not Enough: The Future of Storage for Edge Workloads
SSDs have evolved over the past decade to meet the growing demand of AI and Edge-Related workloads and now computational storage takes intelligent storage to the next level.
Getting Solid At FMS
Toshiba Memory introduced a new form factor targeted for mobile applications as well as automobiles and gaming consoles. Know more about the latest tech news here.
NetApp squeezes ONTAP into teeny weeny device
NetApp is working on running ONTAP, an operating system for storage arrays, on IoT edge devices and other small things.
NVMe flash hot; Optane, SCM still warming up
Storage vendors show off their current products, preview prototypes for those coming soon and share long-range roadmaps for other technologies at the Flash Memory Summit 2019.
Where should IoT data be processed – part 1
The Flash Memory Summit 2019 focused on computational storage, IoT and the need for data processing done at the edge (or in near-edge computing centers/edge clouds).
Azure IoT Edge runs inside an NGD SSD
NGD Systems announced the availability of the 32TB Newport SSD in the U.2 (2.5-inch) form factor, twice the capacity of the first Newport drive.
NGD Systems Becomes First to Demonstrate Azure IoT Edge Using NVMe Computational Storage
NGD Systems, Inc. has embedded the Azure IoT Edge service directly within its Computational Storage solid-state devices (SSDs). Click the link to learn more.
NGD Systems Becomes First to Demonstrate Azure IoT Edge Using Computational Storage
NGD Systems introduced its 32TB Newport U.2 SSD, which offers <12W of power, doubling the capacity of the existing Newport Platform U.2 SSD form-factor.