Flash storage grows up with new EDSFF SSDs, denser 3D NAND
Expansive new directions for flash memory technology shine brightly in the launch of 176-layer 3D NAND chips, EDSFF E1.S and Zoned Namespace SSDs, and computational storage drives.
Computational storage firm NGD touts 12TB ruler SSD
NGD, the computational storage startup, has added a 12TB capacity short ruler-format drive to its lineup.
What is computational storage? Everything you need to know
Computational storage is rapidly evolving and creating value across the IoT, ML, edge computing and more
Moving Data And Computing Closer Together
The speed of processors has increased to the point where they often are no longer the performance bottleneck for many systems. It’s now about data access.
NVMe Computational storage fundamentals explained
Computational storage is an emerging technology, but it isn't too soon to develop an understanding of how it can be used to address storage latency and performance issues.
The 20 Coolest Component Vendors: The 2020 Storage 100
These 20 storage component vendors give software and data the right base on which to operate.
NVMe Computational storage terminology explained
Computational and edge storage are changing the way we manage data at the network edge. Understanding the terminology around this technology can help clarify how it works.
NVMe Computational Storage Winds Its Way Towards The Mainstream
Enterprises are said to be awash in data, and one of the problems posed by all this data is not just storing it, but processing it. Storage architectures have by and large been keeping up with the capacity problem, while the introduction of flash has also given storage a much-needed speed-up over the past decade, significantly boosting the performance of transactional workloads such as databases as well as file, block, and object storage.
Compute-in-storage startup NGD raises $20m
Compute-in-storage pioneer NGD has raised $20m in a C-series round to develop production of its technology and invest in sales and marketing.
NGD raises $20 million for storage hardware designed to handle AI workloads
IDC predicts that worldwide data will grow 61% to 175 zettabytes by 2025, which will invariably put a strain on infrastructure as organizations look to sort, search, scan, and otherwise derive value from this data. That’s where NGD Systems comes in — it’s an Irvine, California-based company offering a computational storage drive tailor-made for on-device AI and machine workloads. To lay a runway for growth, NGD this week closed a $20 million series C financing round led by Western Digital Capital, with participation from existing investors including Orange Digital Ventures, Partech Ventures, BGV, and Plug-N-Play.