GTC 2019, Artificial Intelligence, and Computational Storage
NVIDIA’s 2019 GPU Technology Conference (GTC) kicked off on Monday of this week at the San Jose Convention Center. While the name of the conference might suggest to the uninitiated that it would be around gaming and other graphics technology
NxGn Data Awarded a Phase 1 SBIR Grant from the NSF for Storage Analytics
Irvine, CA , December 16, 2015 – NxGn Data, Inc., a storage pioneer creating intelligent SSDs for the data center, announces that it has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). This grant will support ongoing research and development of NxGn Data’s In-Situ Processing for SSD products. With a key goal of substantially improving overall data processing performance and energy efficiency in the data center, NxGn’s In-Situ processing will enable the next generation computational capabilities that will fuel future data analytics innovation.
NxGn Data Emerges from Stealth Mode to provide a paradigm shift in enterprise storage solutions
NxGn Data, a developer and producer of a new generation of Intelligent SSD Solutions based on its proprietary SoC controllers, announced today that it was exiting stealth mode. The company believes that by moving computational tasks closer to where the data resides, its intelligent storage products will considerably improve overall energy efficiency and performance by eliminating storage bandwidth bottlenecks and the high costs associated with data movement. Additionally, NxGn Data solutions are optimized for small form factor cards such as M.2, with its demanding size and power requirements.
NGD Systems Computational Storage Devices Now Support Containers for Flexible Application Deployment
NGD Systems, Inc., the leader in computational storage, today announced the ability to run Docker containers, within NGD Systems Computational Storage devices. Providing support for containerized applications within the Catalina-2 NVMe SSD, NGD Systems has extended the flexibility of its powerful “In-Situ Processing” and simplifying the process of using applications in near-data computing. Combining In- Situ Processing, Docker containerization, and 16TB of capacity with only 12 watts of power consumption provides a viable platform, ideal for Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge Computing applications.
SPROCKIT ANNOUNCES FIRST ROUND OF STARTUPS PARTICIPATING AT THE 2019 NAB SHOW
WASHINGTON, D.C. – SPROCKIT, the global marketplace connecting the world’s top market-proven emerging companies in media, entertainment and technology, announces the first round of companies that will participate in the program at the 2019 NAB Show, held April 6-11 in Las Vegas.
NGD Systems Recognized by 451 Research as a 451 Firestarter
IRVINE, Calif. September 26, 2019 – NGD Systems, Inc., the world leader in NVMe Computational Storage, today announced it has received a 451 Firestarter award from leading technology research and advisory firm 451 Research, recognizing the company’s pioneering efforts in computational storage.
NGD Systems Becomes First to Demonstrate Azure IoT Edge Using Computational Storage
IRVINE, Calif.—August 7, 2019--NGD Systems, Inc., the world leader in NVMe Computational Storage, announced today at the Flash Memory Summit that it has embedded the Azure IoT Edge service directly within its Computational Storage solid-state devices (SSDs), making them the only platform to support the service directly within a storage device. In addition, NGD Systems introduced its 32TB Newport U.2 SSD, which offers <12W of power, doubling the capacity of the existing Newport Platform U.2 SSD form-factor. The two announcements underscore NGD’s continuing leadership in developing the edge ecosystem, achieving improvements in power, cost and physical footprint for data-intensive big-data-set workloads. These real-world use cases prove that scalable, integrated Computational Storage devices provide empirical benefits to edge applications.
NGD Systems Survey Reveals Challenges Enterprises Face in Supporting Growing Edge Workloads with Current Infrastructure
Barely 1 in 10 companies give themselves an “A” grade for their compute and storage systems