NGD’s official blog that discusses our Product Design, Hardware architecture and Common Problems on the data industry.
Today Marks the Birth of Some Big Capabilities in a Very Small Package
NGD Systems launches the NVMeTM M.2 Newport Computational Storage Platform with 8TB storage, in-situ processing capability, and ARMM Cortex-A53 processor, providing higher computing performance. Learn more about it here.
Tech Trend #2 - Artificial Intelligence, or Making a Reservation in your Best Human-like Voice?
Companies should get ahead of AI and integrate it into their organization. Find out how NGD Systems and computational storage can help with AI implementation in the business sector.
Nine Tech Trends and the 5G Debate
There are 9 tech trends pushing digital transformation forward. 5G Networks, AI, Autonomous Devices, Blockchain, Augmented Analytics, Digital Twins, Enhanced Edge Computing, Immersive Technologies, Digital Ethics and Privacy.
Even Mosquitoes Sort First
The concept behind computational storage was based on “a priori,” a sorting process by mosquitoes to increase the efficiency in a variety of activities to yield desired results without wasting resources and energy.
Real-Time Data Analytics Saves Lives
Computational storage, with its increased data processing speed, will become a critical tool in providing reliable information and warnings during hazardous situations to save lives.
The Evolution of Data and Technology, OCTANe TIF Part 2
An analysis of big data evolution repeats the theme of the right data versus data for the sake of data.
Innovation, Part 1
NGD Systems will attend the OCTANe Technology Innovation Forum (TIF) that focuses on data evolution and technology for the future of work, retail, smart cities, sports, FinTech, national security, and health.
Edge Computing’s Need for Computational Storage
The Newport U.2 SSD has 16TB data storage, a multi-core ARM processor, acceleration hardware for AI, encryption, other capabilities into a 2.5” SSD, and 10 watts power consumption, solving edge computing issues.
Big Data: Collect it All, Sort it Later?
The “Collect it all, sort it out later” approach to data is a competition of collection and storage of petabyte-scale data without no emphasis on the “and then what” question. Read on to understand this approach.
The Progress of AI and Big Data in Business
At least half of business processes will be automated in the coming years, said Dr. Marc Teerlink, Global VP of Intelligent Enterprise Solutions and Artificial Intelligence at SAP during the AI and Big Data Expo in London.
Big Data, Machine Learning, and Newport Computational Storage
Big data refers to the amount, type, and speed of data analytics. Machine learning involves interpreting data as it is processed to learn from the data, as a foundation to allow the machine to essentially teach itself over time
NAB Show 2019, Computational Storage and Video Analytics
The NAB Show 2019 attracted 100,000 industry professionals ranging from broadcasting gurus to film, gaming, mixed reality, VR, AI, AR, radio, sports, and television experts from 160 countries.
How Computational Storage Can Eliminate Latency in Content Delivery Networks
Computational storage removes the need to move data from storage devices to the server and back by performing the encryption of the data and key management inside the solid-state drive (SSD).