Blogs

NGD’s official blog that discusses our product design, hardware architecture and common problems on the data industry.

NGD's official blogs discusses product design, hardware architecture and common problems on the data industry
The Progress of AI and Big Data in Business

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.

Scott Shadley

Tuesday, April 16 2019

Big Data, Machine Learning, and Newport NVMe Computational Storage

Big Data, Machine Learning, and Newport NVMe 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

Scott Shadley

Thursday, April 11 2019

NAB Show 2019, NVMe Computational Storage and Video Analytics

NAB Show 2019, NVMe 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.

Scott Shadley

Tuesday, April 9 2019

How NVMe Computational Storage Can Eliminate Latency in Content Delivery Networks

How NVMe 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).

Scott Shadley

Thursday, April 4 2019

The Cost of Latency for Content Delivery Networks

The Cost of Latency for Content Delivery Networks

Eliminate the need to move data from storage devices to the server and back! With computational storage, the encryption of protected data and key management can be performed inside the solid-state drive (SSD). Learn how it works here.

Scott Shadley

Tuesday, April 2 2019

Securely Accelerating Content Delivery Networks

Securely Accelerating Content Delivery Networks

For most people, the concept of a Content Delivery Network (CDN) is kind of foreign. CDNs are the hidden infrastructure that underlies most of the world wide web today. When you visit a major website, it is very likely that you are in fact being served content from a CDN point of presence (PoP). CDN PoPs are distributed throughout the world, typically in large cities to minimize the latency that end-users see when the content is delivered. Examples of CDNs that are focused on delivering content for businesses include Akamai, Limelight, Amazon Web Services, and Cloudflare; these companies deliver content for companies

NGD Systems

Thursday, March 28 2019