Announcements

Enterprise SSD Storage Startup NxGn Data Changes Name to NGD Systems

NxGn is rebranding itself to NGD Systems as part of the company’s step to upgrade its system capabilities.

NGD Systems

Wednesday, August 17 2016 |

NxGn Data At FMS 2016

NGD Systems

Wednesday, August 3 2016 |

NxGn Data Awarded a Phase 1 SBIR Grant from the NSF for Storage Analytics

The National Science Foundation awarded NxGn Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant that will support ongoing research and development of the company’s In-Situ processing for SSD products.

NGD Systems

Wednesday, December 16 2015 |

NxGn Data to Present at Open Server Summit 2014

The NxGn will present its revolutionary In-Situ processing capability at the Open Server Summit on November 11-13, 2014.

NGD Systems

Monday, November 10 2014 |

NxGn Data Emerges from Stealth Mode to provide a paradigm shift in enterprise storage solutions

NxGn will go public after a year of developing its technology aimed at improving overall energy efficiency and performance by eliminating storage bandwidth bottlenecks and high cost.

NGD Systems

Tuesday, July 29 2014 |

NGD Systems Completes Series B Financing

NGD Systems completes its Series B round of financing to continue the development and marketing of its Intelligent Storage Products.

NGD Systems

Wednesday, May 23 2012 |

NGD Systems Delivers Industry-First 16TB NVMe Computational Storage Device in a 2.5” U.2 SSD

NGD’s 16TB Catalina 2 that will allow in-situ processing to operate smoothly despite a heavy influx of data is now up for grabs.

NGD Systems

Wednesday, May 23 2012 |

NGD Systems Computational Storage Devices Now Support Containers for Flexible Application Deployment

NGD Systems computational storage devices are already capable of running Docker containers, providing a viable platform that’s ideal for Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing applications.

NGD Systems

Wednesday, May 23 2012 |

”Intelligent Storage” Market Survey Shows Growing Problem Moving Large Data Sets for a Variety of Applications

The adverse effects that performance and application cost with large data sets demands new architectures with “Intelligent storage” for applications, a survey showed.

NGD Systems

Wednesday, May 23 2012 |