How Edge Computing Will Impact Hardware
Edge computing has a multitude of applications that operate in different conditions and locations. Due to a large amount of data stored and processed in edge servers, the edge computing hardware tends to heat up rapidly. Additionally, edge computing hardware should be rugged and be able to withstand shocks, vibrations, extreme temperatures, and dust due to exposure to harsh environments.
Nuke checker Los Alamos Labs investigating NGD computational storage
US nuclear weapon stockpile health checker Los Alamos Labs is looking to see if computational storage can speed up simulation modelling runs on its supercomputers.
Computational storage: A Computer Weekly analysis series
Some architectures call for big chunks of memory-like storage located near the compute function, while, conversely, in some cases, it makes more sense to move the compute nearer to the bulk storage. In this series of articles we explore the architectural decisions driving modern data processing… and, specifically, we look at computational storage
Computational storage: NGD Systems / SNIA - Icebergs at the Edge
Software runs on data and data is often regarded as the new oil. So it makes sense to put data as close to where it is being processed as possible, in order to reduce latency for performance-hungry processing tasks.
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.